The frame is completely rust free and is coated internally with a WaxOyl product to keep it that way for years to come. Factory mounts were removed and a Terraflex Pro Long arm kit was installed with the 4 link rear option removing any need for a rear tracbar and allowing it to flex like crazy.  Bilstein shocks are matched with Nth Degree 4.5” coil springs to round out the suspension modifications. For the steering, the factory wimpy steering gearbox was replaced with a new, beefier unit made for a Dodge Durango to help steer those nice, new 35×12.50 Cooper ST MAXX mud radials. To assist further with the turning duties, a Terraflex heavy duty crossover steering kit was added to replace the crazy “Y” design of the factory. A JKS trac bar was modified with a monster QA1 rock joint on the end to make the tracbar and the drag link perfectly parallel to each other and near parallel to the ground. The final piece of the suspension certainly worth mentioning is the ORO Swaylok air lock/unlock, dual rate sway bar system.

Summerville, South Carolina, United States