Yeah ZRP and others looks bad ass, but like Mega said, if it ain't broke, why fix it ? I've driven that sh#t out of my car, haven't bent one, yet.
$800 sway bar links, $600 spare tire mounts. The aftermarket is getting rich off of selling overpriced crap you'll probably never "need".
Similar to what he saying at :41 i figure lol , anyways not needed but I sure like. Cars that had the aftermarket plates and rods before I did caught my eye in pictures. Im with you though stuff is expensive. It gets addictive shopping for what you want next, getting it in the mail, figuring out the install and overcoming the obstacles that come up, and then trying it out in the field and showing your friends.
These cars do not like sideways pressure. My son has bent two in the two months he has owned his. I have 2k and not one has bent and I ride like I stole it.
There will always be that time where something surprises you, but having said that it is more about reading the train you are driving and knowing when to floor it and when to hit the breakes and ride it.
Sliding over deep ruts for example is going to bend then vs riding over them at a little slower speed. There are 100s of examples but you notice there are guys who bend stock rods more often then others driving the same areas. There is a reason why.
I'm personally going to do the mega 60 dollar radius rod sleeve setup. It is cheap and will give me just a little bit more insurance against that one time.
So I rolled er today.. Turned it back over. Let er set for about 15 minutes checked the oil. Started it back up and got a check engine light and message on gauge cluster says check DPS. Inspected the front end everything looks good but steering is very hard. ?? Anybody know what it might be?
my 2017 has assault radius rods and sway bar links and they are shot with 300 miles. to add insult to injury assault does not return phone calls and the f'ing radius rods both have r-h threads so you have to pull the hub to adjust the wobbly heims. Any advice on who makes a correct part would be...
I am at the point where my Big Horns need to be replaced in the foreseeable future. My questions is, how much bigger can I go without upgrading things like the suspension, clutches etc? I don't want to add additional wear on things with bigger tires until I am ready to potentially upgrade...