Great video! Looks like it performed very well on the rubicon!
Very nice video and install. I like that Dynatrac gives you a pretty nice duffle as part of their packaging. That’s like the cherry on top. Lol
Great as usual, can't wait for the JL to get here!
Man that looked so easy even I could do it! Errr... I’ll still leave all the mechanical stuff up to Ray. [emoji16] Awesome video! I do have duffel bag envy. Lol [emoji38] Dynatrac sure knows out to stand out from the crowd, their line of goodies always screams quality on all fronts. [emoji1303]
Job well done indeed. I dig that duffle bag really cool [emoji106][emoji106][emoji106][emoji106]
Great video. Thanks a lot.
Any thoughts regarding the same-length springs?
As I see it, this is the main difference between this kit and all the others, isn't it?
Looks like a pretty straightforward install...:thumb:. Can't wait to see the Rubicon Vid. I also can't wait to see that the next step is. Maybe EVO plush rides and EVO spec King 2.5's...
Great install video. The teaser shots look like it’s handling the Rubicon well!
LOL!! Surprisingly, this install went pretty well - there was sweat but little to no cussing and any blood that was draw was too minimal to make a note of
Of the kits we've tested so far, Dynatrac ranks pretty high up there in terms of ride comfort and quality and even in terms of flex. If all you were going to do is run 35's, it's the prefect kit especially if your JL is a daily driver and spends most of its time on pavement. You'll need a Rubicon to clear 37's but that'll give you a really nice low COG build.
Based primarily on your YouTube video and some others, just had this installed along with some Metalcloak rear shock relo brackets for a bit more clearance. However, I am now concerned with the amount of downward travel allowed by the shocks. I may need some limit straps, any ideas or suggestions?Thanks and yes, the duffel bag is really cool :yup:
With all the hype about corner specific coils that's out there, I initially had some reservations about same length springs. However, my JL leaned to the driver side from the showroom floor and if anything, I can't see any lean with the Dynatrac lift. If it's there, it's very minimal and not really visible or at least to me anyway.
Working on the video now but it may take a few weeks to finish. Trail run videos are always harder for us to make. As far as what's next goes, not really sure but I wouldn't doubt that's in the works sooner than later. :crazyeyes:
Glad you liked the video
As I stated on your other post, I would be more concerned with your shocks bottoming out.Based primarily on your YouTube video and some others, just had this installed along with some Metalcloak rear shock relo brackets for a bit more clearance. However, I am now concerned with the amount of downward travel allowed by the shocks. I may need some limit straps, any ideas or suggestions?