New way of looking at the spring numbers. There's clearly some blocks of numbers that I'm betting are always grouped together in OEM combinations (they probably reserve these numbers when design changes are made). This data can be accessed in a new tab here.
Black = Front
Red = Rear
For the rear suspension, 49 different springs are listed, again all starting with 682, 683, 684, or 685. With AB/AC revisions this would mean 53 total.
Small update on spring numbers... There are 47 different front springs listed for a 3.6 JLUR the JL on allmoparparts.com, all starting with 682, 683, 684, or 685. This doesn't include the AB/AC/AD/AE revisions... If you take those into account there have been at least 141 different front...
Sky is falling statement from the article:
"In California, it found that peak charging demand would more than double by 2030 if EV owners opted to charge in the evening at home."
I expect that the recently implemented time of use electric rates will do a pretty good job of incentivizing people...
My last cracked windshield was from a rock thrown from a SUV that was traveling in the next lane over, going the same direction as me. I've had others happen from vehicles traveling the opposite direction on a 2-lane road.
I would assume that gravel trucks not following their state law could still be held liable, regardless of what the sign says on the back.
I should get a bumper sticker that says "Not liable if I hit you"
Not much you can do, but there is something they can do...
Potentially deadly to a motorcyclist.
I'm not saying I agree with how the law is written or what their intent is, but I assume the original purpose of fenders is to prevent debris from straying too far from the tire. I don't think a law requiring them to remain in place is overreach, for the...
FYI: comparing the shock eye-to-eye lengths at ride height is easier than trying to measure the same spot on the fender.
I'm in the same boat... JLR wanting 1-1.5" lift using factory springs.
I've read that the 392 has different sway bar endlinks, and I would bet it applies to the XR also. My...
Yup.. didn't realize you had a diesel. My 2.0 is at the extreme opposite end of the weight spectrum.
The duraspring bump stops have interested me for a while too. But don't want to make too many changes at the same time.
392 (non-XR) shocks are 68481296AB & 68481297AB
I just ordered a set of 392 shocks this morning, can't wait to see how they ride on the shorter JLR. I'll be pairing them with Metalcloak's adjustable bump stops & some free JLUR springs from a friend.
FYI: you should have a 1" bump stop...