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NEW! JK Lock-N-Load Long Arm Compound Suspension

Since introducing our first Game-Changer suspension in 2011, we've been fortunate to gain customer confidence with quality products that deliver what we promise.

From our Patent Pending Duroflex Joints to our Signature True Dual Rate Coils to our Patented 6Paks Shocks and Lock-n-Load Control Arms, we've worked hard to engineer new solutions for old problems.



While our Game-Changer suspensions are still one of the best solutions around and the Patent Pending DB3 Rear Correction Bracket allowed us to create the first 5.5" Bolt-On Suspension with incredible handling characteristics for the JK Wrangler, our customers kept asking for more options.

And that included the question: "When are you doing a long arm?"

The answer is NOW.

Introducing the Lock-N-Load Long Arm Compound Suspension System for the JK Wrangler (2007 - 2017).

Watch the facebook sneak pic video here.

Available in both 4.5" and 5.5" kits, this unique system features:
  • Duroflex Joints
  • True Dual Rate Coils
  • Lock-N-Load Control Arm
  • Durotrak Track Bars
  • DB3 Rear Correction Bracket
  • Optional 6Pak Shocks


Lock-N-Load Long Arm Compound Suspension, 6Pak Edition

And while it requires removing your upper front control arm brackets, the rest of the system is totally bolt-on.

We call this kit a "Compound System" because it utilized Lock-N-Load Radius Arms in the front and our DB3 Correction Bracket with our Duroflex Control Arms in the rear.

This provides all the clearance you need, with incre dible ride quality, and massive flex.

Learn more about the Lock-N-Load and the DB3 Correction Bracket with the videos below...



And you can learn more about the Lock-N-Load Long Arm Compound Suspension System on our website at Metalcloak.com

As always, we appreciate your questions and feedback.

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post #2 of 4 Old 05-30-2017, 07:13 PM
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MC,

In the video it says the lock-n-load arms may work with other radius arms? I have TNT front radius long arms and haven't felt any bending, but am still curious about the feel and articulation difference. How much for just the one radius arm? Does it matter which side it goes on?

Also, how much for axle side upper bushings? I don't see just the bushings listed on the site, I wouldn't need the passenger mounting bracket as mine is already reinforced.
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MC,

In the video it says the lock-n-load arms may work with other radius arms? I have TNT front radius long arms and haven't felt any bending, but am still curious about the feel and articulation difference. How much for just the one radius arm? Does it matter which side it goes on?

Also, how much for axle side upper bushings? I don't see just the bushings listed on the site, I wouldn't need the passenger mounting bracket as mine is already reinforced.
The Lock-N-Load will work as a bolt-in replacement for control arms that measure between 16" and 17".

You won't actually feel the binding of the control arm until your stock control arms brackets get ripped off (just one result of radius arm bind).

You only need one Lock-N-Load arm which is mounted on the Passenger side of your radius arms. You can see the Lock-N-Load arm here on our website: https://www.metalcloak.com/TJ-Lock-n...ion-p/7075.htm

The arm retails for $299.

As a note, in the Locked position, there is no difference driving with the Lock-N-Load - it is basically a solid arm. In the loaded position, you will get more articulation and no binding of the arms.

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Pretty cool new tech you guys are putting out. Well done for continuing to innovate in the offroad space!
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