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  1. Synergy rear track bar relocation bracket review

    I did mine on the ground in my driveway.
  2. Quadratec

    agree it is likely coming directly from the manufacturer, and not Quadratec. I would also recommend calling them, they have great customer service. You talk to someone in the shop, not a call center.
  3. Rubicon axle swap?

    @Az-jewel I have the sport width PR44 and hav no regrets, but I think it’s up to you. I have aftermarket wheels with less backspacing then stock, so I didn’t need a wider axle. I did have to wait for the axle install so I could measure for the driveshaft length. That took time and was a pain...
  4. 4.56 regear done with 6 speed manual

    Regearing was the best upgrade I did. I have 35”s now and the 4.56s are great. but if I did it over I’d go 4.88! I’ll be honest, I wheel with some Rubicon JLs (stock) and JKURs and I have no trouble controlling my low speed crawling. I’d like the 4:1 tcase, but I’d rather swap my rear...
  5. 4.56 regear done with 6 speed manual

    no, I never did get that 4:1 t-case. Work, covid, family, hell just laziness got in the way. plus I bought a ‘04 TJR I have been into and may use to wheel. I still love my JL though!
  6. Another JL with swaying on highway speed with lift

    ^^^ this helped my rear end squirm after 3” of lift. My squirm was not wandering (I had that previously) and the squirm was more noticeable under acceleration. I raised the roll center of my rear track bar using a synergy bracket and the squirm was gone.
  7. How Many Miles on Your Manual Transmission/Clutch?

    47,000 miles and no issues. I wheel it and my 18 yo son learned to drive stick on it and now daily drives it. It has not had a pampered life, still holds strong.
  8. Recall Notice 21V-028 [1/28/21]: Manual Transmission / Clutch Overheat Covers All 2018-2021 Jeep Wranglers Produced by January 22, 2021

    i have 4.56s and had 33” tires for a year, not super far off from 4.88 and 32“. I thought the 3.56 gears were awesome with 33”s. you’ll have slightly higher revs on the hiway than my set up, but no problems otherwise. I also wheeled my Jeep hard with the 33“ & 4.56 set up. 46,000 miles later, my...
  9. That 6MT transmission: I really like it!

    46k miles on mine and still love it. I did change gearing to 4.56s early on, and wow, even better.
  10. For those of you who had "MILES" on your new JP. Did you also have one of these on the window?

    I had this too, a sticker plus a few miles on the Jeep when I picked it up 2+ years ago. I ordered mine. I asked a similar question on a post years ago. https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/forum/threads/quality-assurance-test-sticker.21991/#post-524308 I now have 43,000+ miles with no issues.
  11. Centerforce Clutch Installed on JL Rubicon

    that‘s my plan. I have a local 4x4 shop that does the work I can’t do myself.
  12. 4.56 regear done with 6 speed manual

    I have 4.56s and 35” tires with my 6 speed. To be honest if I did it over I’d go 4.88s with the 35s, and would certainly go 4.88 or higher for 37s. I had my 4.56s for a year with smaller 33”s and thought that combo was fantastic. Great gearing on the highway, reduced the wide spacing between...
  13. How are your cloth seats holding up?

    2 years and 45,000 miles of daily driving and off reading, kids and dogs, mine have held up very well. No wear, stains or damage. I am pleased.
  14. Centerforce Clutch Installed on JL Rubicon

    Many of us manual gearbox users are interested in the outcomes. We are grateful for your willingness to share your experiences with CF, keep us posted! I must say, it looks like customer service is really good.
  15. Jeeps parking next to Jeeps... post yours!

    Just bought my 5th TJ (sadly the other 4 were sold, including my beloved Impact Orange TJR) to match my JL.!
  16. Clutch Recall (FCA W12 | 20V-124) on 2018-2020 JL Manuals [overheating clutch pressure plate]

    I appreciate the info. I’m looking at a JT in the future, so your work here was helpful to me. Thank you. I will buy another 6 speed.
  17. Recall Notice 21V-028 [1/28/21]: Manual Transmission / Clutch Overheat Covers All 2018-2021 Jeep Wranglers Produced by January 22, 2021

    I’ll wait for the revised centerforce clutch and replace the stock with that eventually. I’m aware of some of the issues, but trust them to work out the kinks. I have a ‘19 with 43k miles and no problems to date (passed initial recall with the clutch dump test). I do my own work, and have a...
  18. Squeaky Clutch/Slave Cylinder 6 MT

    My grittiness is not the pedal either. I’ve lubed it, lubed it again, and even removed the helper spring which can be noisy. I still prefer the manual though.



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