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  1. How do you "re-torque" your fittings?

    When I did Mopar LCA’s, i found I could get the wrench on, but zero leverage. I have a set of Rhino ramps that I rolled up on in order to torque (and then check torque after) that gave me ability to get leverage. For retorquing, as Roky said, you dont have to be on the ground and can jack...
  2. Starting from Scratch

    At the end of the day, something has to take the shock of an impact. I wonder if all the components you put it are too stiff, all in conjunction with each other that the box is just getting smoked. Who knows. Some rubber here and there isn’t bad to dampen things. Although plenty of folks have...
  3. Starting from Scratch

    I hate to say it may be normal, but the quick right then left hit at a similar speed is how mine initiates on one strip of road all the time. May just hit at such a perfect timing that it throws the axel for a second, that if there was a real problem (aka death wobble) that it would continue...
  4. Starting from Scratch

    Looks about the same as what I’m talking about
  5. BUMP Steer

    Wow, that’s brutal. honestly, i really only notice it if i hit this exact same spot on the same road at just the right constant speed (30-40mph) while not under acceleration. I travel the road frequently, which is why I notice it, but frankly it may use be the perfect angle that hits the...
  6. BUMP Steer

    had a look at the ball joints for fun. 1 of the 2 cotter pins was a bitch. With cotter pins, it always seems if you don’t get the perfect “bend back to straight” on the first try you are stuck messing with it forever lol. Anyhow, the torque was fine. I was able to nudge the bottom to get it at...
  7. BUMP Steer

    Yea it seems a little excessive. No, the shimmy doesnt feel good, but from what I understand the steering box doesn’t address that. I thought it addressed the steering wander. My jeep doesn’t feel IIke it wanders or has dead spots in the steering. The shimmy I believe was supposed to be...
  8. BUMP Steer

    I get mild bump steer (with a steering wheel shimmy for a second or two) with my nearly stock 2020 JLUR Recon when i hit a bump with just the right or left front tire and not both. Not bad, and not often. Also, my steering feels good so I have the original steering box. My only mods are 1.75”...
  9. Rancho 2-3.5” sport lift a good option?

    Unfortunately, according to the profile @RanchoShocks hasnt been on JLwrangler forum since April 2020.
  10. JL Brake Line Relocation Kit

    While the Mopar lift does give more height than advertised, the real factor into what would strain the brake lines would be the “downtravel“ you get when fully flexing the suspension. Same with any wear and tear on the driveshaft. From what I understand, the Fox shocks paired with this lift...
  11. Dynatrac EnduroSport lift review, just buy it...

    I was looking at this route, but a little concerned about the sag with weight (i doubt ill add a winch but I do have steel bumpers and if I run 37’s the back will have weight on if with anything in the trunk). I had a question about if anyone has considered instead of spacers, running the...
  12. Rubicon owners . Dash display

    After delving into the programming section of the forum a bit and learning more about JScan vs. the Tazer mini, I also just pulled the trigger on the JSCAN app and necessary security bpass cable and OBD2 adapter. Cost me under $80 all in, and I have now enabled the Rubicon Splash screen. When...
  13. Tazer Mini or OBD JScan?

    Agreed. I was set on the Tazer, but stumbled across the Jscan given I’d only want to do a few things (Likely) and i have comfort using OBD2 adapters and iOS apps from well regarded developers because I used that Carista app and adapter on my Audi S4 with success for checking CELs, clearing...
  14. Tazer Mini or OBD JScan?

    Amazon now charges tax, so about $4 more than that haha. Very pleased though
  15. Tazer Mini or OBD JScan?

    The Viecar adapter and the security bypass cables arrived today. $20.99 license for JScan and my Recon now has the proper splash screen. Easy peasy (although as expected it was a little work to get the security cables off and then back in). I’m stoked that it was that easy and now I am all...
  16. Rancho 2-3.5” sport lift a good option?

    Doesn’t look like Rancho has even been on this forum in a long time. Theyre on wrangler forum periodically. Weird. Almost like they are disappearing, yet I know they aren’t. Maybe lots of focus on the OEM deal with Chevy in all those commercials? Lol jk.
  17. Tazer Mini or OBD JScan?

    Thanks for the super detailed response! So I went ahead earlier after reading and ordered a new obd2 adapter that was listed on JScan’s site as supported and I ordered the security bypass. I checked the app out and did “demo” mode and it does show the ability do everything I asked for. If it is...
  18. Tazer Mini or OBD JScan?

    Hey gents, I am getting ready to lift and go bigger tires on my Recon, and also wanted to change the splash screen to “Rubicon” as for some reason the Wrangler Rubicon Recons only show “Wrangler“. Realistically, all I am interested in doing is: -Tire size -TMPS threshold (can i set this lower...
  19. Rancho 2-3.5” sport lift a good option?

    Yea, so I‘ve seen. Been following these threads and this product for a few months now again. Must be a manufacturing thing as many auto parts companies have been having Covid issues. although most of them have rectified things by now unless is semiconductor shortage related (which shocks and...
  20. Rancho 2-3.5” sport lift a good option?

    @RanchoShocks any word on if you guys are doing your annual March 1 - May 31 rebate program? I’m looking at this kit after having it on my previous JKUR a few years back and loving the ride, but not necessarily in a rush to get it dialed in



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