Thats really not a big deal. On most other bars with a single adjuster at one end there is no concept of threading one side in/out more than the other.
IMO the Steer Smarts setups are not ideal. That massive double adjuster tube in the middle makes it really hard to fit a relocated steering...
Muffler deletes sound like shit and have drone...been there, done that. My next plan is to try the Borla Climber Touring cat-back. I've had great experiences with their mufflers on my two previous vehicles and I think it'll be a great fit for the JL too with zero drone and lots of clearance...
Location: San Bruno, CA
Basically new Steer Smarts track bar for Jeep JL. Was installed on my Jeep for about 20 miles to get an alignment and then I switched to a set of Synergy arms/links.
No wear or damage from use, was only installed for a couple days.
Comes assembled, sorry...
They advised me that the updated part will not be available until the end of the year due to production backlog.
I guess my options are grinding down the bracket/weld so the track bar clears or send it back and get something like the Metalcloak bar.
Yeah their supplemental instructions of trimming the front/bottom of the bracket doesn't help with the issues people are seeing in this thread.
Synergy informed me they are still working on an updated part. We'll see.
I just went to install my new Synergy front track bar and ran into the same problem. Unbelievable that they're still selling parts with this issue. I will be calling them tomorrow and returning mine if there aren't updated parts available soon.
A quick video detailing the install of the Diode Dynamics SS3 Pro Fog Lights. These bolted in super easily in the stock locations of my Rubicon steel bumper. Fantastic light output and great throw. SAE approved too!
Probably, I can see them adding support when I lift the vehicle from the sliders. However they weren't enough to stop the sliders from contacting the body slightly when the weight of the vehicle landed on a rock.
Ran Slick Rock this weekend with a friend and his Land Cruiser FJ40. What an awesome trail! Some very technical spots and beautiful scenery. At over 7000 feet we were able to escape the CAs current smoky conditions for a bit of wheeling.
Put these sliders to the test on Slick Rock Jeep Trail this weekend. They definitely took a beating but held up pretty well. I did have the passenger slider contact the body slightly even with the pads linked previously in this thread installed and the bottom/sides of the passenger slider also...