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    Damn near every one we see come through the shop is like that, even the very low mileage ones.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    Finally got around to replacing my factory track bars today while at work. Frame side bushing is shot to say the least
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    I just turned 76,000 also and have been wondering about mine as well.

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    Damn near every one we see come through the shop is like that, even the very low mileage ones.


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    Any recommendations on similar replacements that last longer?
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    Quote Originally Posted by USMC Wrangler View Post
    I just turned 76,000 also and have been wondering about mine as well.



    Any recommendations on similar replacements that last longer?
    I usually replace them with a Synergy when someone wants an “upgrade”.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Exodus Jeeps View Post
    I usually replace them with a Synergy when someone wants an “upgrade”.


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    Thanks. Is it a matter of better bushings, or should I say, longer lasting? Sorry for the hijack, Coz!
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    Quote Originally Posted by USMC Wrangler View Post
    Thanks. Is it a matter of better bushings, or should I say, longer lasting? Sorry for the hijack, Coz!
    Lol all good.

    Synergy uses a different joint. I went with crown cause of price point but also because it has the “old style” factory bushing that was used in 07-10 models which was better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by USMC Wrangler View Post
    Thanks. Is it a matter of better bushings, or should I say, longer lasting? Sorry for the hijack, Coz!
    Some people have their mind made up that they must have something different than what was there before. I like the fact that Synergy allows you to adjust the track bar in place, and I think they build quality parts.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    Lol all good.

    Synergy uses a different joint. I went with crown cause of price point but also because it has the “old style” factory bushing that was used in 07-10 models which was better.
    Quote Originally Posted by Exodus Jeeps View Post
    Some people have their mind made up that they must have something different than what was there before. I like the fact that Synergy allows you to adjust the track bar in place, and I think they build quality parts.


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    Ok, good to know. Thanks fellas!
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    Well I found a good deal on a lightly used spiderweb shade jkini on Facebook marketplace the other day and was able to pick it up today. Just installed it and I have some mixed feelings on it.

    Pros: blocks the sun really well but let’s enough in that you feel it.

    Still feels “open” air

    Morgan will not get as sunburnt now lol

    Cons: makes opening the sunrider feature difficult from driver seat. Need to get out to fold the top back easily.

    Little difficult to latch the top down.

    Previous owner was a smoker so not a con on spiderwebs end lol


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    Gonna run it for a little and see how I like it. Need to get the top and doors off and see how it works.
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    I really like mine. It lets enough sun in like you said but still feels open. I like it even more when it's 90* out
    A little Febreze will help with the smoker smell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    I really like mine. It lets enough sun in like you said but still feels open. I like it even more when it's 90* out
    A little Febreze will help with the smoker smell.
    Yea I went out and sprayed it after I wrote the post lol

    Have you been able to find extra straps online anywhere besides their site? I need the short ones for the front
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