Performance suspension for 392?

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I would do the metal cloak system, hands down again. AEV was too stiff for off roading in my opinion. Ive owned 2 full AEV jeeps in the past.





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Thanks for the kind words above. We are excited to have a 392 in the shop at the moment. Doing some test fitting of certain parts and will be driving away with some Fox 2.5 DSC shocks and our springs. Very nice Jeep thats for sure. If you have any 392 suspension questions, shoot us a message!
are you with accu tune?
 

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Their springs worked well for me on both my JLU and Gladiator diesel. What’s the hate ? Also liked their rockers on my JLUR. Got all of it from Northridge.
 

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Their springs worked well for me on both my JLU and Gladiator diesel. What’s the hate ? Also liked their rockers on my JLUR. Got all of it from Northridge.
Read more than a few less than enthused reviews of their Double Throwdown kits. I’d personally go with something else but that’s just me. YMMV
 

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Read more than a few less than enthused reviews of their Double Throwdown kits. I’d personally go with something else but that’s just me. YMMV
I’ll google. I’ve never really done full kits from companies for the most part ( for better or worse ).
 

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I’ll google. I’ve never really done full kits from companies for the most part ( for better or worse ).
There’s a recent thread in the diesel section where someone installed a double throw down kit, Dana 60s and 40s and had to take the Jeep to more than 1 shop to get the kit to work right because it was not right the way Eco had it setup. Can’t remember the thread off the top of my head but it should be over there or in the build section
 

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Does anybody have a complete kit out currently?
 

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Thanks for the kind words above. We are excited to have a 392 in the shop at the moment. Doing some test fitting of certain parts and will be driving away with some Fox 2.5 DSC shocks and our springs. Very nice Jeep thats for sure. If you have any 392 suspension questions, shoot us a message!
Oh yeah!
 

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Brining this thread to the top.

MetalCloak had told me full 392 Kit by end of June, but here we are almost in August. Still waiting for someone to put a kit out.

Anyone have any leads??
 

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Brining this thread to the top.

MetalCloak had told me full 392 Kit by end of June, but here we are almost in August. Still waiting for someone to put a kit out.

Anyone have any leads??
I'm sure their kit will be worth waiting for. Friend of mine just decided to move forward with other options and did:

- Fox 3.0" IBP shocks
- Fox bump stops
- Currie aluminum arms w/ JJ's (upper/lower)
- Currie Adj Track Bars
- Currie Sway bars
- EVO plush springs (3.5") -- diesel version

I'm intending (for a little while) to keep mine pretty stock with larger tires (39" KO2's) for Moab for some additional ground clearance. Will probably trim the liners. We'll see how it does and go from there.
 

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