Maximus-3 JL Geo-Lift System & High Steer Kit

Redbaron73

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That's not cool at all. I can only hope the injuries and property damage this behavior WILL cause is limited to themselves.

Illegal and completely reckless behavior should not be used to promote your products. I know my opinion isn't worth much, but I'm pretty disappointed this would even be mentioned as a promotion of your suspension system.
Bahhh---you have never seen a commercial for a corvette, BMW, or *any* performance product? Seriously, this is amazing that a company will actually test and post real results. So many times people get carried away with legal concerns, they forget that we are all adults, and can live responsibly.

I have taken my bmw to speeds that exceed 150mph many times, and will continue to do so. I have never driven MY*JLUR over 75, and that is because it scares the crap out of me. The post by @Maximus-3 means a lot to me, because if they can get to speeds of 85-90, that tells just how much safer speeds of 45-47mph will be.





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Guess it never happened... i must say their choice of coils and shocks , not so much a fan.
 

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The top mount drag link has clearance issues on my rig, it hits the frame on the pass side. It also hit the sway bar when my adjustable links were set to Maximus-3 SPEC. Lengthened the links another 1" plus. There is paint missing from the frame/drag link and hard contact feeling when it happens. Pending a solution from Maximus-3.

I have the 3.5" full kit with SP2 Falcons. When its not hitting, works very well.

Steer smarts website says

***NOTE*** A minimum lift height of 4.5" ( and correct bump stop) is required for a top-mount draglink. Part #79022001 (Track Bar Relocation Bracket) is necessary when flipping your draglink - it maintains proper track bar and draglink geometry.

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Have the same 3.5 Maximus-3 Geo-lift for about a year now and mine had the same issues as yours did. Draglink was hitting the frame on passenger side as well when articulating. Ended up taking off the high steer kit and went with the SteerSmarts yeti bottom mount dragline, Knuckle side PART # 77062002. Adjusted the the Yeti trackbar to center the axle, centered the steering wheel and all was good. No more dragline to frame interference now.
 

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Have the same 3.5 Maximus-3 Geo-lift for about a year now and mine had the same issues as yours did. Draglink was hitting the frame on passenger side as well when articulating. Ended up taking off the high steer kit and went with the SteerSmarts yeti bottom mount dragline, Knuckle side PART # 77062002. Adjusted the the Yeti trackbar to center the axle, centered the steering wheel and all was good. No more dragline to frame interference now.
I have since added Metalcloak coil correction pads all the way around and their Durospring bump stops. Don't think its hit since then, but I also may have not pushed it hard enough make contact. off road season is just starting for me so I'll find out soon enough.
 

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