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MetalcloakDuroflex35Suspension Cherokee 200x220 Metalcloak’s 3.5 Duroflex Cherokee XJ Suspension SystemMetalcloak brings the undisputed success of the Duroflex Joint to Jeep Cherokee, XJ, owners with the 3.5″ Duroflex Suspension System. The patent pending Duroflex joint offers the vibration dampening of a rubber bushing with the high-misalignment of a ball joint – all housed in adjustable chromoly control arms.  Add the industry’s leading Dual Rate coil springs with the longest extended length and you have the ultimate on and off-road set up. Adjustable Front Bump Stop System provides the option of 1” to 4” in Bump Stop for proper tire clearance. System includes everything you need including steel-braided, Kevlar-lined front & rear brake lines, solid chromoly front track-bar, sway bar disconnects, replacement shackle bushings, rear bump stop kit, grade-8 u-bolts, complete replacement rear leaf packs, and all the hardware needed for installation.  Comes with front and rear ARB-Old Man Emu shocks.  Read More→

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AAM EcoTrac AAM introduces industry first EcoTrac (TM) Disconnecting All Wheel DriveDETROIT, MICHIGAN-December 19, 2013 - American Axle & Manufacturing (AAM) today announced the introduction of the automotive industry’s first disconnecting all-wheel-drive (AWD) system.  EcoTrac TM on the all-new 2014 Jeep® Cherokee.

AAM’s EcoTrac TM Disconnecting All Wheel Drive is a new approach to minimizing the effect of inertia and drag on a vehicle’s driveline system by disconnecting many of the rotating components from the driveline when they are not needed.  AAM’s EcoTrac TM disconnects at the power transfer unit (PTU) and the rear drive module (RDM) allowing  large portions of the driveline to discontinue rotating while in front-wheel drive.  These components include both the PTU and RDM hypoid gear sets, the bearings associated with the gear sets, and the driveshaft.  The result?  The benefits of an all-wheel-drive system without the sacrifice to fuel economy and emissions.  Read More→