Skyjacker Suspensions JLU Wrangler Build [SEMA 2019]

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Can someone explain how that dual steering stabilizer is supposed to work? Both ends are connected to the tie rod...
 

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Can someone explain how that dual steering stabilizer is supposed to work? Both ends are connected to the tie rod...
It's ok as the factory location still has one is still in place...... 1 to control the wobble and 2 for show.
 

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It's ok as the factory location still has one is still in place...... 1 to control the wobble and 2 for show.
After further inspection, it looks like they use a bracket on the axle tube to hold the point where the two stabilizers meet static. So vibrations relative to the axle housing and the tie rod are dampened...Not that 2 stabilizers will help you any but at least they appear to "work".
 

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Good looking jeeo. I would think if youre going to have tires THAT big you’d have more lift, especially from a suspension company.
 

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I would update my logo if I was Skyjacker. Looks like the 70s. I know that old school script is going nowhere near my ride. Maybe on an old CJ, but not a JL. But that's just me...
 
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I would my update logo if I was Skyjacker. Looks like the 70s. I know that old school script is going nowhere near my ride. Maybe on an old CJ, but not a JL. But that's just me...
It ain't just you. It looks like it belongs on a pack of cigarettes.
 

                           


































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