Caught the Bug
Thank you again everyone, super excited to get up there and pick it up! More pics coming soon and a few mods being ordered this week!
You’ll love it. I never noticed the difference to 37s. The only other motor I wish they would have put in the JT would have been the 2.0 turbo. Beastly little fella. I do love my diesel so far.Already a big fan of the oil burner! Suits the Gladiator platform well. Excited to see how it handles larger tires.
I know the evo track bar had issues early on with the joints. Not sure if they ever fixed it but people were having all kinds of issues and soon after install (within a few thousand miles). Again, not sure if they fixed those issues and if that is even your issue, just throwing it out there.
I ran into a similar issue when I had the eco track bar. After some hard wheeling in Moab and only around 4 thousand on it; the bushing on the frame side went out. The excess play allowed it to contact the upper track bar mount, made the steering very sloppy and threw the steering wheel off center. Ultimately EVO overnighted me a new bushing free which solved all of these problems.Question for anyone experienced on the subject:
I opt’d for both the front and rear EVO heavy duty adjustable track-bar’s w/ my enforcer kit.
After installing the kit, occasionally I would hear metal on metal contact when the vehicle weight shifts.. after some inspection, I finally found the source.
My front track bar will clock different directions at the frame side, based on the vehicle weight/orientation.. and the track bar itself hits the frame bracket. Has anyone else encountered this? If so, did you find a solve that didn’t involve grinding the frame bracket down due to the size of the track bar itself?
Thanks in advance!