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Dayum! Have we started bronco porn yet. Are we doing this?!?!
 

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I have been telling you guys that the good stuff is coming. Well, it is arriving. Icon should tighten the jam nut on the rear lower control arm. lol
 

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I have been telling you guys that the good stuff is coming. Well, it is arriving. Icon should tighten the jam nut on the rear lower control arm. lol
That looks like an adjustment for setting the arm length. The two bolts on top appear to be "pinch" bolts that would secure the assembly from moving. I could be wrong though.

At any rate, It looks like nice stuff.
 

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ICOn has some of the smoothest riding springs and shocks in the Jeep world... im interested to see how thier coil overs for the Bronco Ride. They do build some nice stuff. They have thier own Bumpers and Wheels on it as well.
 

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I have been telling you guys that the good stuff is coming. Well, it is arriving. Icon should tighten the jam nut on the rear lower control arm. lol
That looks like an adjustment for setting the arm length. The two bolts on top appear to be "pinch" bolts that would secure the assembly from moving. I could be wrong though.

At any rate, It looks like nice stuff.
@Hey19 is right. It's an adjuster sleeve, tightened by the two pinch bolts. It's a pretty slick setup. You can make small adjustments to the overall length of the control arm by turning that sleeve. That adjustability can be useful in a coilover setup that can be set up at a range of lift heights. You would adjust that control arm length to dial in the pinion angle, if you end up adjusting the ride height higher or lower. And yes they get mistaken for a loose jam nut all the time LOL
 
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ICOn has some of the smoothest riding springs and shocks in the Jeep world... im interested to see how thier coil overs for the Bronco Ride. They do build some nice stuff. They have thier own Bumpers and Wheels on it as well.
Thanks! Yeah we're still dialing these in for optimal ride and performance. The rear coils are a triple-rate spring, but we are still fine tuning the spring rates on it. But the coolest thing about this Bronco is that the shocks on it use our new CDEV technology, electronic valves controlled by a central processor that makes valving adjustments in real time, on the fly, automatically, for whatever the terrain conditions. It has a companion app for your phone where you can make adjustments, monitor shock performance, log data, etc. BTW they'll also be available with our non-electronic CDCV adjustable valves.
 

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Thanks! Yeah we're still dialing these in for optimal ride and performance. The rear coils are a triple-rate spring, but we are still fine tuning the spring rates on it. But the coolest thing about this Bronco is that the shocks on it use our new CDEV technology, electronic valves controlled by a central processor that makes valving adjustments in real time, on the fly, automatically, for whatever the terrain conditions. It has a companion app for your phone where you can make adjustments, monitor shock performance, log data, etc. BTW they'll also be available with our non-electronic CDCV adjustable valves.
Awesome. Thanks for the info...
 

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Thanks! Yeah we're still dialing these in for optimal ride and performance. The rear coils are a triple-rate spring, but we are still fine tuning the spring rates on it. But the coolest thing about this Bronco is that the shocks on it use our new CDEV technology, electronic valves controlled by a central processor that makes valving adjustments in real time, on the fly, automatically, for whatever the terrain conditions. It has a companion app for your phone where you can make adjustments, monitor shock performance, log data, etc. BTW they'll also be available with our non-electronic CDCV adjustable valves.
Great update, Thanks! Really looking forward to final release info.
 

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I need this to go with your Rebound Pro wheels !!!
 

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Thanks! Yeah we're still dialing these in for optimal ride and performance. The rear coils are a triple-rate spring, but we are still fine tuning the spring rates on it. But the coolest thing about this Bronco is that the shocks on it use our new CDEV technology, electronic valves controlled by a central processor that makes valving adjustments in real time, on the fly, automatically, for whatever the terrain conditions. It has a companion app for your phone where you can make adjustments, monitor shock performance, log data, etc. BTW they'll also be available with our non-electronic CDCV adjustable valves.
Cool. When can we see a parts list, what it will do, and the cost?
 
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