Yes that is an updated ETA and if you send me a message with your order number, then I will throw the air compressor in for you!I see the latest update on the site is indicating backorder until June now and not July. Is that an updated ETA for those of us how dropped an order a while ago?
Also, they’re now offering a free air compressor as part of the deal. Toss it in for being a patient and excited customer???
Code is active again, it turned off and once we realized that, we got it turned back on! Leaf packs are military wrap! I can get you number of leaves if you want to message me the vehicle they are going on. I will check about the anti friction pads!The pics of the springs are very generic.
wondering if all your leaf springs are military wrap? Number of leaves in the packs? Anti friction pads?
Non of that info seems to be available, also SPRING25 doesn't seem to be active.
The sliders are center weight so it doesn’t affect which kit to pick.I cannot seem to get a reply on a direct message so I hope to get an answer or recommendation from the forum here. I hope to get an order in today, but am unsure of which of Ironman’s kits are right for my build.
I am starting with a stock ‘99 and will be adding rock sliders, rear bumper with tire and possibly a second swing-out, and a front bumper.
Thank you FireGuy. I placed an order earlier today picking the second level rear spring. The website didn’t seem to offer a front spring option unless that is what nitro stage 2 implies to a more knowledgeable buyer. If nothing else I hope to make contact before my order ships in case I need to make a change.The sliders are center weight so it doesn’t affect which kit to pick.
As for your other mods, you have to determine the weight of each bumper. I had originally planned a front bumper and winch, both of which would weight over 150 lbs so I would have had to choose the upgraded spring ratings. My rear bumper weighs only 64lbs and adding the tire for me didn’t add up to a constant load of greater than 660lbs so they recommended I keep the softer spring load especially accounting for the removal of the stock bumper weight and stock wheel and tire.
So, my assumption based on my own experience is probably the heavier spring for the front and the lighter spring ratings for the rear. Their menu for ordering is very to the point. I’d follow that. Also, there were a few times were I was also delayed in reaching them. I think they’re just super busy. Every time I did get through, they were thorough, informative and extremely helpful and knowledgeable about their product. Although I don’t yet have the suspension in hand, I’m beyond thrilled with my experience and I think you will be too.
Try calling them or instant messaging them on their site. I had the best responses by those methods, especially instant messaging on their site. Usually so so customer service would turn me off, but these guys have honestly been phenomenal to work with and the delays or little extra work in getting ahold of them is well worth it. I really think they’re just swamped with business which is great for them. They will give you 100% of their time when you reach them. Don’t let this discourage you. I am beyond impressed and no, I’m not in any way paid by them or affiliated with them. HahaThank you FireGuy. I placed an order earlier today picking the second level rear spring. The website didn’t seem to offer a front spring option unless that is what nitro stage 2 implies to a more knowledgeable buyer. If nothing else I hope to make contact before my order ships in case I need to make a change.