I run synergys joints in my rear arms. They havent been on very long but they have been put to the test in the amount of time I have them. I have not had any problems what so ever. They flex well and still look new. They also soak up road vibrations better than the stock bushings as well. Not having to grease them is also a bonus. I actually replaced my rough country flex joints on my front lcas with these bushings as well. Wasnt a perfect fit had to grind them down a bit but they pressed in and have been working great. I wish they made a bushing that would fit the axle side of the rough country arms. I may just bite the bullet and just get their adjsutable front lcas with ddb bushings on both ends
great feedback & it's 'preciated, CrazyLarry. This makes the Synergy bushing even more compelling and once I get 'there' ( I have shocks and gears first, as I may have mentioned
I will likely go that route.
Anyone know- and I sure don't intend on wrecking or misdirecting the OPs thread here...but it is in line with this topic;
anyone know if the Clayton CA joints could be setup with a Metal Cloak bushing ..or Synergys...I think they use Jjs from Currie but it'd be interesting indeed to have Duroflex or DDBs within lower longarms ....or would that work? I am just [email protected]
around...I can go search or see what the Clayton site says....I only consider because the lower stock CAs on my '11 are getting pretty rashed and thrashed and I know the bushings or arms are around corner.....I'd run MCs uppers and this combination of Clayton arms for lower but this is all speculatory and idea bashing for now....I hav an CXJ to tint, paint , get other stuff upgraded... having two Jeeps is f*cking expensoive as heck!
<edit; if I won the lottery, I would do what [ I think it was USMCDOC?
] I have seen in the way of - um- I thin it is Rock Krawler and thier custom aluminum lower control arms....they are mad light and strong.....hope that is rght, anyway>