no clue on a JJ but my evo heim's dont even come close to maxing out with bushings at the axle.beyer05 said:Also, will a JJ on one end of a link and a spring bushing on the other handle enough angle for a 4-link suspension?
usmcdoc14 said:they show them in PolyPerformances mount and the mountin width for them is is 2 5/8
...,canadian lol. they look nice and strong. Ill go with either those or the 2.5 JJs. The rubber or poly bushing is sounding good on the axle end. It will save me cash and a little better ride since it is still my DD.sceep said:evo heims. rebuildable, lubeable, beefy
Bigger Valves said:I absolutely love the forged jj's from currie. I bought a few shortly after they came out and now want way more. Best idea ever and it took way to long for something like this to hit the market. However, I remember when Currie was just releasing them they said they were forged 1045 steel. Now on PIG's site it's saying they're forged from 4130 steel. Does anyone know if they have actually changed material or where the inconsistency is?
You just replace the spherical bearing (aka monoball or uniball) and keep the housing and spacers. Sphericals aren't that much $$$ and they will last a long time before you need to do anything to them (heck they will take a while to break in so they move free). Those are what all the desert guys use instead of ball joints. They can take a good amount of axial load.beyer05 said:Are those rebuildable?