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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Because an FJ could never hope to have 20" of vertical travel. Just to put things into perspective, Moby and Rubicat only have 14".
    Yeah, I get the travel, but I thought the solid axle was a selling point to the Jeep. If you're out blasting the desert I get it, but it seems to me that the IFS doesn't perform as well on the rocks.

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    Thanks for sharing this, definitely the coolest thing I've seen shared from sema this year

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    2017 SEMA Rego 4x4 REX Jeep JK Wrangler

    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Because an FJ could never hope to have 20" of vertical travel. Just to put things into perspective, Moby and Rubicat only have 14".
    Maybe we will see 20” in “________”? (Fill in JL name here)

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    Question anyone, I thought the portal axles were not great for highway speeds. If true how is this different than an axle with portals? I’m not knocking it I think it is really badass, just asking


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    Quote Originally Posted by BaddestCross View Post
    Yeah, I get the travel, but I thought the solid axle was a selling point to the Jeep. If you're out blasting the desert I get it, but it seems to me that the IFS doesn't perform as well on the rocks.

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    Tell that to the ultra 4 drivers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Tell that to the ultra 4 drivers.


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    Fair enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaddestCross View Post
    Yeah, I get the travel, but I thought the solid axle was a selling point to the Jeep. If you're out blasting the desert I get it, but it seems to me that the IFS doesn't perform as well on the rocks.

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    Solid axle are antique technology. They’re just cheaper and easier to lift and work on.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Tell that to the ultra 4 drivers.


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    Yup. If you have the cash, they are superior.


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    Ok...it's got my brain thinking...I was actually reviewing my suspension set up on the Brute & bobing the tail for better departure angle...hehe....

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    If you go to their website www.rego4x4.com it seems to show the video of the military setup... Which by the way seems to be very badass.. I wonder if I could build one in my garage... You know zombie apocalypse and such....
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