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Rock Krawler 2015 Product Announcements

Rock Krawler is proud to provide you with the following product announcements for 2015!

All JK applications will be 2 door and 4 door specific

- Nominal Lift Heights
- 2 Doors will have 2.5"/3.5" and 4.5" lift heights available
- 4 Doors will have 1.5"/2.5"/3.5" and 5.5" lift heights available

- Specific Tuned Shock Packages for both 2 Door and 4 Door

All Long Arm Systems will now recieve our new 1.25" Shank Krawler Joints on the Lower Control Arms



All Double Adjustable Control Arms will now be Turn Buckle Style Adjustability with left and right hand threaded joints.

We have also expanded upon our highly successful Pro Series Krawler Joint line with 3/4" shanks and 1.25" shanks (as mentioned above) as well as left hand thread on all available shank sizes (3/4", 7/8", 1.0" and 1.25").

Please Check out our Website for further product information at www.rockkrawler.com

Stay Tuned for Future Product Announcements and New Product Releases!

2015 is going to be an exciting year for RK!
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post #2 of 21 Old 01-13-2015, 12:37 PM
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So did the 2dr 1.5 become the 2.5?

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good to hear things are going great for you guys .. always look forward to the new products nice to see RK getting bigger and better all the time
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Are the tuned shocks for the 4door 1.5" ready to go or still in the works? thanks
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Very cool guys! I think this is going to be a great change and will help set RK apart from the rest!

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So did the 2dr 1.5 become the 2.5?

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That is how I understand it. 1.5 = 2.5, 2.5 = 3.5, 3.5 = 4.5 on the two doors.

Basically putting the unspoken knowledge/understanding into numbers that actually correspond to the coil and actual lift height on the two door.

Makes sense, but will take some explaining for a while.


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Yes, we are going nominal across the board... We have done further tuning on the coils to make sure they are the best they can be for all applications. We will be launching a video regarding our coil spring tuning soon.

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Yes, we are going nominal across the board... We have done further tuning on the coils to make sure they are the best they can be for all applications. We will be launching a video regarding our coil spring tuning soon.

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So I just ordered some front 1.5" coils from Northridge that are going to be drop shipped by you. I have a 2-dr., so I realize I should get 2.5", but does this mean that I would get the newly "tuned" 2.5" springs for a 2-dr. or the older tune?
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So I just ordered some front 1.5" coils from Northridge that are going to be drop shipped by you. I have a 2-dr., so I realize I should get 2.5", but does this mean that I would get the newly "tuned" 2.5" springs for a 2-dr. or the older tune?
New. We are constantly tuning and tweaking everything we do. Always. We never stop striving to improve.

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still no wrench flats on the CA's for jam nut tightening huh?

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still no wrench flats on the CA's for jam nut tightening huh?

This would be easy to implement and help in a HUGE way.

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Looks like I need to make a phone call about some 1.25 shank joints. I'm happy to see this. What's the thread length on them?

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still no wrench flats on the CA's for jam nut tightening huh?
FWIW - I concur
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Looking forward to the new joints!!
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That is how I understand it. 1.5 = 2.5, 2.5 = 3.5, 3.5 = 4.5 on the two doors.

Basically putting the unspoken knowledge/understanding into numbers that actually correspond to the coil and actual lift height on the two door.

Makes sense, but will take some explaining for a while.
Makes sense as my 2dr 1.5 sits like a true 2.5

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still no wrench flats on the CA's for jam nut tightening huh?
On the double adjustable ones yes. On the ones with a welded tube end no as the top end holds the orientation of the arm.

We can look into it as we just purchased another Haas Machine just for milled flats if you think our logic is not sound and it will help a great deal..

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Looks like I need to make a phone call about some 1.25 shank joints. I'm happy to see this. What's the thread length on them?
3 9/16" is the threaded portion of the shanks...

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just ordered a set of front lower adjustable control arms from you guys. little long on the shipping at almost 2 weeks (im sure that's got nothing to with you as its going through a second party) but im stoked as hell to see them in person!
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We are backed up a little bit.. Nothing crazy. Right now we have the entire place tore apart installing all new racking so we are doing our best with orders to turn everything around.... Sorry for any delay. Please keep in mind we are a manufacturer and not a warehouse...

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We have the entire assembly area all torn apart today as we are doubling the size of that area......

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