Rock Krawler no limits swaybar links?

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I just switched to RK endlinks and love them. the MC ones were too tall for my build, not adjustable and to @Headbarcode point, the heim joints allow for more flex at the sway. The factory ones (and other brands) dont line up well.
 

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While those are cool and have been used in oval racing for quite some time, they don't offer the joint misalignment capability to support high wheel travel applications over a sustained time.
wow I didn’t know that type on link existed I’d never seen anything like it before... and I have been in race car suspensions for many years..
And sorry but I have to disagree, I’ve been using these links for 6 months and my suspension I’d say performs pretty damn good comparable many of these so called long arm and long travel ones out there and the link in never bound up. If I have a wheel stuffed I can one handed move the sway bar easily. The no limit link is wonderful for rubicon owners who are bumped a lot and don’t need to worry about over rotating the e sway. I got rid of mine and use a sport front bar with the Apex links after years of fussing with traditional quick disconnects.. this is so much easier and suites my wheeling just fine.
 

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I hate to be that guy but I’m going to be. I have a 2020 JLUR with teraflex st2 2.5 lift with falcon 2.1 shocks. My front links are horribly high, which concerns me for articulation and binding. I completely understand the shock limiting the articulation. My question is does anyone have experience running the no limits links of a teraflex lift with falcon shocks. Will it benefit its abilities.
 

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I hate to be that guy but I’m going to be. I have a 2020 JLUR with teraflex st2 2.5 lift with falcon 2.1 shocks. My front links are horribly high, which concerns me for articulation and binding. I completely understand the shock limiting the articulation. My question is does anyone have experience running the no limits links of a teraflex lift with falcon shocks. Will it benefit its abilities.
IMHO , it doesn’t matter what lift you have, as long as your 2.5” and up of lift you’ll benefit . The no limits are made specifically for the Rubi elect disco. It allows the misalignment that occurs when links are still connected but the sway bar is in disco mode. The Rubi’s have a lot of articulation right off the shelf, and the more lift the more misalignment. Here’s pic of stuffed side and drooped side...

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What did you guys get to torque down the jam nuts? It is a 1 1/8” and I can’t find a crows foot anywhere in that size.
 

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What did you guys get to torque down the jam nuts? It is a 1 1/8” and I can’t find a crows foot anywhere in that size.
I have two very large adjustable wrenches I use for all of my RK jam nuts.....I'm not a fan of crows feet
 

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This.......
Limited-time deal: Sunex 9720A 1/2-Inch Drive Jumbo SAE Crowfoot Wrench Set, 1-Inch - 1-3/8-Inch, Fully Polished, 7-Piece (Includes Storage Rail) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000LQG3XQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_dlT3_Vko-Fb0X32PGT
Thanks, I was trying to no buy a set that I likely wouldn’t use. But may have to


I have two very large adjustable wrenches I use for all of my RK jam nuts.....I'm not a fan of crows feet
I fully agree, all the times I’ve used them before didn’t like the feedback from my torque wrench but those were 1/4 and 3/8 drives.
 

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I have two very large adjustable wrenches I use for all of my RK jam nuts.....I'm not a fan of crows feet
Thanks, I was trying to no buy a set that I likely wouldn’t use. But may have to




I fully agree, all the times I’ve used them before didn’t like the feedback from my torque wrench but those were 1/4 and 3/8 drives.
Yeah...... crow foot wrenches suck, but I still use them on the big stuff, like my lower control arms, which is torqued to 250 ft lbs. Had to up grade my torque wrench , my old one only went up to 200.....:facepalm:
 

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Oh man, I never did update that. We ended up doing a custom application setup for a customer a while back that used the 3-5" No Limits links. That one had a 14" travel coilover in the front and went 48" bottom of tire to ground on a forklift. I don't have photos of that one, that customer is not ready to show people his jeep yet, Hopefully soon.

But, here is a photo of our shipping manager's JT on a 40" stand with No Limits links without binding and you can see that the heim joints have misalignment left in them

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Are those the same ones that are now for sale on your website? The 3-5” lifted ones?

I also have a 14”long travel coilover setup and want to get these ordered stat! The ones Evo included are total garbage, no misalignment whatsoever, just a super long (too long) link that’s at a terrible angle.

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