Well its been a month since my axles were installed, so it's time to start thinking about spending money again.
I am thinking I want to go with a long arm setup but with Metal Cloaks duroflex bushings and coilovers. Ideally, I'd like to keep the lift pretty low (3" to 3.5") for daily driving but adjust it higher for wheeling. I am also planning on moving up to 37's and installing the bushwackers sitting in my garage.
I guess my real question is how to best get there.
I looked at the Rock Krawler 3.5 X Factor long arm kit with coilovers, but it seems like an expensive way to go, since I would still end up having to get a rear coilover setup and still changing out the bushings. Would this kit even play nicely with the Evo rear bolt on coilover setup?
I think a more cost effective way to go would be to get evo's front and rear bolt on coilover kits and then pair them with synergy long arm upgrade kit or clayton long arm upgrade kit.
Is the 2nd way going to be cheaper, or am I asking for trouble with too much mix and matching?
Am I off base here?
What is the best way to get there?
Has anyone done this yet?
Note: I don't care about JJs and how good they are. Someone has to try out the duroflex joints.
Note: My current set up: Front PR
44, Rear RJ III 60, 3" BDS lift with front adj trackbar, rear adj currie adj trackbar, 35's with 4.75 backspacking (going to 37's with 3.5 BS).