MC is a great company with good customer service. I know they will take care of me. Manufacturing is a tough business and there are certain things you can't control unless you do it yourself. MC does not manufacture their springs or Rocksport shocks and I honestly don't know if they make Duroflex bushings in-house? What I do know is that they engineer their products well and this is evident by countless miles driven and countless obstacles conquered by many.Ethan that's not a really great update after a few months. I hope they take care of you on the springs and bushings. I've been on mine for about two weeks is all but love it compared to the R.C boost. We are heading down to Moab next week to try it out.
I have one of the first systems installed and used by the general public, just like this first year JL. The MC GC system does what they proclaim! I've done a lot of the bucket list trails and been very impressed. I'm not indicating otherwise. I've completed Rubicon Trail twice, Barrett Lake Trail twice, Sierra Buttes and out through Gold Lake, numerous small-lesser know adventures, and now Dusy Ershim Trail. All with my 1st gen MC system. Dusy was my first opportunity to use the Rocksport shocks. It turns out that for me, I need better shocks with some adjustability. For 99% of others, like those who run oem equipment, Rocksports will do just fine. For me, not so much.
At the end of the day, my only real gripe is that I will have to change all these parts again. It's a time commitment that I'd rather spend elsewhere. Well, it's either time or money, right?!