STING GRAY Wrangler JL Club

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Finally got a decent weather break for a car wash and some updated photos since recent mods. As she sits now:

Method 701 wheels
Patagonia MT 315’s
Teraflex ST1 spacer lift with bump stops
Icon 2.1 shocks and steering stabilizer
Evo Bomber Rockers

Pending mods are adjustable front LCA’s and a front window tint to beat the summer heat. After that I hope to be “done” @Krondor

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Krondor

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Finally got a decent weather break for a car wash and some updated photos since recent mods. As she sits now:

Method 701 wheels
Patagonia MT 315’s
Teraflex ST1 spacer lift with bump stops
Icon 2.1 shocks and steering stabilizer
Evo Bomber Rockers

Pending mods are adjustable front LCA’s and a front window tint to beat the summer heat. After that I hope to be “done” @Krondor

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How's the ride? I was wondering about the Icon shocks. The wheels and tires look awesome on sting gray!
 

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How's the ride? I was wondering about the Icon shocks. The wheels and tires look awesome on sting gray!
The Icons have been solid so far. Driving manners are improved with less body roll and a good planted feeling on the road. Not stiff at all which has been great for the daily drive. If anything I would prefer them to be slightly firmer, but I think these are perfect for those that run a light rig like me. Still have to stretch them out on the trail to see how they fare. Can't wait to get out and get some photos that aren't from my damn driveway!
 

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The Icons have been solid so far. Driving manners are improved with less body roll and a good planted feeling on the road. Not stiff at all which has been great for the daily drive. If anything I would prefer them to be slightly firmer, but I think these are perfect for those that run a light rig like me. Still have to stretch them out on the trail to see how they fare. Can't wait to get out and get some photos that aren't from my damn driveway!
I hear ya. I was hoping to have played in Utah by now. Still hoping to but will need to be able to get a hotel one or two night's or it will be veto'ed by the better half.

The MetalCloak system is so comfortable and quiet, which along with the long legs is what sold me on them years ago. Like you, though, I would actually prefer they be a bit firmer on the pavement. I'd really like some adjustability to go with it and maybe some hydro bumps.
 

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