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GenRight: New Products for 2 Door JKs!

New gas tank for stretched 2 doors!



http://www.genright.com/ProductInfo....ctid=GST8022-2

The 2 Door Cage is now available!







http://www.genright.com/ProductInfo....ductid=GRC8002

Questions? Let us know!

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I saw that tank on the website the other day. Approximately how far back can you push the axle with that tank?

Any chance of a rear frame kit to get some coilovers back there with a stock axle and not some weird setup or angles?
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I saw that tank on the website the other day. Approximately how far back can you push the axle with that tank?

Any chance of a rear frame kit to get some coilovers back there with a stock axle and not some weird setup or angles?
Checking.

We have a version of our Elite Coilover Suspension for the 2 door Jks, but we're not selling parts individually. It's a complete kit with coilovers, gas tank, skid, crossmembers, etc.

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Checking.

We have a version of our Elite Coilover Suspension for the 2 door Jks, but we're not selling parts individually. It's a complete kit with coilovers, gas tank, skid, crossmembers, etc.
Interesting.. That brings the shocks inside the frame though, correct? Do you have a link to it on the website?
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Interesting.. That brings the shocks inside the frame though, correct? Do you have a link to it on the website?
It's similiar to the kit we sell for 4 doors. Once again, brand new so it's not on the website yet! RockStar Garage received the first kit to use on their 2 door JK SEMA build!

Looks we have made many of the parts optional on the kit now. You have to choose your coilovers, skid, etc. http://www.genright.com/ProductInfo....uctid=GRCSKJK4

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It's similiar to the kit we sell for 4 doors. Once again, brand new so it's not on the website yet! RockStar Garage received the first kit to use on their 2 door JK SEMA build!

Looks we have made many of the parts optional on the kit now. You have to choose your coilovers, skid, etc. http://www.genright.com/ProductInfo....uctid=GRCSKJK4
Awesome. That looks really close to what I want to do. Will it work with stock width axles though? I have a built Tera44 front and still the stock rear housing. Aiming for a little stretch and daily driveable on 37's. My commute is like 3 miles in a small town, so my version of daily driveable is a little skewed. I'm also running 5.13s and detroits. lol. I wanna be able to hit the speed bumps at the mall at speed though.
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Awesome. That looks really close to what I want to do. Will it work with stock width axles though? I have a built Tera44 front and still the stock rear housing. Aiming for a little stretch and daily driveable on 37's. My commute is like 3 miles in a small town, so my version of daily driveable is a little skewed. I'm also running 5.13s and detroits. lol. I wanna be able to hit the speed bumps at the mall at speed though.
I'd recommend you give us a call. We installed the full kit on a brand new 4 door JKU with stock axles just to see if it could be done. It could, but I have no idea how much fabbing they had to do.

Here it is: http://www.genright.com/Anvil-JK.aspx

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I'd recommend you give us a call. We installed the full kit on a brand new 4 door JKU with stock axles just to see if it could be done. It could, but I have no idea how much fabbing they had to do.

Here it is: http://www.genright.com/Anvil-JK.aspx
Thank you! I'm gonna do some reading and I'll be calling you guys soon.
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5" off stretch with a Rockjock 70.

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I'd recommend you give us a call. We installed the full kit on a brand new 4 door JKU with stock axles just to see if it could be done. It could, but I have no idea how much fabbing they had to do.

Here it is: http://www.genright.com/Anvil-JK.aspx
Whats up with that light bar mount? Is it supposed to be aimable or something?
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5" off stretch with a Rockjock 70.
Perfect. Probably a little more with my 44 but that's the range I want to be in. I see they went into the tub though and I'm not sure if my back seat will be in the way. I can do away with it and put a single seat back there though.
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Good catch. yes, it's adjustable. I'm not even sure we still make those!!

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Ever figure out what happened to the drop down tire carrier? That was a bummer...

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Do you want one? I'm not sure I follow................

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I'm shopping for body mounted carriers right now, and I really liked that one. It was on the website for a couple days then disappeared. Just curious what happened to it.

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I'm shopping for body mounted carriers right now, and I really liked that one. It was on the website for a couple days then disappeared. Just curious what happened to it.

The swing out is on the website and available. The drop down is a limited production part so I guess they decided not to put it on the website.

We are going to be doing a run of the drop down JK Carriers shortly. I'd recommend calling us, asking for Andrew and putting your name on the list to get one from the next run.

Questions? Let me know!

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