I'm looking at a PDF I downloaded from ARB showing the OME suspension systems for the Commander. They are showing both light and medium load applications for both front and rear. The one that caught my eye is the strut they are listing for the front. They label the Nitrocharger strut as
"Does not suit Quadradriver Electronic LSD quipped vechiles."
My Jeep has the Quadra-Drive 2. What issues does the strut cause with the differential?
I emailed the company and got this back real quick:
"...Thanks for your question and your interest in OME. Take another look! Youíre looking at the locker technical note not the suspension technical note. We donít supply the top mount bushes, you need to re-use the OE. Have a great weekend! Thanks, Duffy Biggs
Purchasing Manager (Assisting with Customer Service.)
Guys, sorry about the confusion. Generally my reading comprehension is a little better than that. Embarrassed. Anyhow, it is cool ARB replied so quickly. I thought about emailing them myself but I thought it could takes weeks to ever get a reply.
So how does the XK OME light load compare to the factory setup? My Jeep has the hemi but I never expect to put any fabricated bumpers or winches on the front. Would the only reason to get the medium load on the rear is for towing?
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