looks amazing great job keep up the sweet builds
I know...but right now I'm interested to see how much i get out of it with the stock CAs. The Rokmen CAs are a ways down the list...about 6K away! :rofl:its looking good gus. im lookin forward to when you get new control arms, would be interesting to see how much flex you could get out of stock springs.
I had trouble with my SWR, too, when I tried mounting the antenna on the tailgate. I couldn't get it below 2. Then, I got the mount that goes behind the driver's side taillight and all was good.Also installed the CB. having issues at the moment getting the SWR below 2.
I mounted it to the top of my tire carrier. At first I thought it was a bad ground but it seems okay. I finally got the SWR down to under 2 across the bands though. Two things...I had the excess coax coiled too small and ended up having to route the extra under the dash and back to the cb. Second problem was that the stupid Firestick was the kind that you have to trim the wires. So 1/4" trim at a time and re-check each time. Finally after trimming over 3" of wire I got it good enough. Next time, if there is one, I get a Wilson flex like I had before. This 4' Firestick has almost no flex in it at all. If I forget to remove it before I pull in the garage, or catch it on a tree branch, it will probably be toast.I had trouble with my SWR, too, when I tried mounting the antenna on the tailgate. I couldn't get it below 2. Then, I got the mount that goes behind the driver's side taillight and all was good.
Actually if I went with ACA I really wouldn't be able to get any more flex than I have now since I'm hitting the bump stops in that ramp pose. Any more than that and the tires would be into the metal. If I go with something like the Rokmen CAs it would be more for the strength increase. I bent a stock CA on my LJ...it doesn't take much.looks pretty good gus.
i still cant wait to see how much of a change there is with out the stock control arms.