No luck on my end with updating the FlashCal.
You can see in the image below I have the FlashCal mounted but the Ignition software is not able to connect to the device!
Would love to see a resolution as I am blocked from updating this myself currently.
On Rule #2 - I would recommend it be required that the piece of paper in each photo:
Have the users username and date written on it in black marker / pen.
Be crumpled up then flattened back out such that it is easy to see that the username and date have not been photoshopped.
There are some...
I went through this awhile back with Fox, as long as the shock compresses and rebounds fully it's likely that you will just need to lubricate the shaft of the shock with a rubber safe lubricant - which did work for me! Apparently the shaft seals on some of these shocks are tight which causes the...
I used my winch yesterday to recover the Jeep and the clutch lever on the new end housing assembly did not move at all!
So, the issue of the clutch lever moving under load appears to be resolved with the installation of the newer end housing assembly.
Today I attempted to update my Flashcal F5 using the Ignition program. I noticed that the program would not connect to the FlashCal once I plugged it into my computer.
Ignition used to connect to my FlashCal just fine on my Mac when I was running macOS Monterey, so there might have been a...
That is me in my old JLU going up the hill at the 3:50 mark of the video!
Backstory: There was a water leak that caused a layer of ice to form on that road. Earlier in the morning it got me going down the hill (I was going like 5mph) had a good slide for about 20 feet going down the hill, I had...
It must be the combination of RK pads and/or RK springs then!
To me when coils are designed for a lower weight application and installed on a vehicle which exceeds their weighted capacity, you would see bowing like this.
@rubiconman can you contact RockKrawler and see what they say? I am sure...
Very odd indeed... If your axle is centered then perhaps;
1. The RK pads are defective.
2. The RK coils are defective, or incorrectly labeled (made for a lighter weight application).
I would think #1 and #2 are unlikely but not impossible.
Are all the suspension components installed torqued to spec in the below photo?
1. Notice the angle of the sway bar link, this would suggest that your axle has shifted severely to the drivers side of the vehicle!
I brought the correct bit and ratchet with me when I had my tires swapped. I took care of the 25 screws per ring and torqued each using a calibrated torque wrench too. Real PITA, but they look cool.
No way I am going to trust someone else with those screws, way too easy to strip out a hole or...
Please read the first post of this thread:
On page 3 I provide a link to download the latest available update.