Right but you can't fine-tune caster angle with brackets either. These likely get the caster close to a factory Rubicon, which is still way too low.The brackets flatten the LCA angle at ride height, like they are stock.
He’s not looking for clearance, strength off road, or bushing articulation.
Then I’d think there is a good chance the rim is not centered on the hub. My understanding is that to center them without a ring he’ll need to torque the lug nuts in 20lb increments starting at 20lbs and work his way to 130lbs.Any wheel with multi fit lug holes will not be hubcentric. His wheels have 10 lugs holes so that they will fit multiple 5 lug applications.
I sure will! TysmWhen you go to the shop on Friday, have them verify that the wheels are hub centric. If they are not you’ll need a set of hub centric rings to properly center the wheel on the hub.
Regardless of what they find, keep us updated. Good luck.
A recap from earlier. At the very least get some adjustable lower control arms. The Metalcloak ones are very good.These threads are becoming more common. I really wish people would do more research before buying.
Okay, for some constructive feedback... The lift you have leaves quite a bit to be desired, even for street use. You need to correct your caster angle. Longer lower control arms, or angle correction brackets. Every manufacturer makes longer or adjustable lower control arms for a very good reason. Angle correction brackets can be found by a handful of different manufacturers now, and work well for street Jeeps. In the long term you will also need to correct the left/right location of your axles with a set of adjustable track bars. The other thing that is killing the way it rides is the tires and wheels. The sidewall of your tires are a crucial part of your vehicles suspension. Reducing the amount of sidewall you have with 20" wheels and stiffening it with a high load range is going to ride rough. Tires are supposed to squish and deform slightly when contacting the imperfections in the road. So the last thing you want to do is to limit its ability to do that.
It's a great kit. But since you've already paid for another one, I'd recommend doing the lower control arms first, as they will be the biggest benefit in driving stability.Thx u! Yes im def looking into the LCA. A shop wants me to get the full game changer suspension.