I had a set of BWoody progressive springs
Suppose to be a 1.2" drop and 1.8"
Lowered the jeep 2" and 3" rear and sat hard on the rear bump stops
Car drove like a pogo stick on anything other than dead flat surface
Also note we put in a 10mm urethane spacer as the back sat lower than the front
It looked ace but drove like shit, and was very sketchy in the corners when bumpy
I have one corner I like to test my cars on, mid corner snap oversteer, lucky I was in track mode and kept the boot into it, bit of opposite lock and it pulled through.
Now I have normal lowered springs
And it handles and rides beautifully
And I push it hard and I can and it has just very slight under steer, the only way to un settle it is to do a bit of Scandinavian flick and in balance it with a bit of brake
I'd say regarding the towing the BWoody could tow a million KG that's because there isn't any actual suspension no mention, the rear of the car is held up by the bump stops.
Also not a fan on the camber arms they have, hey specific on the grease, then they require regular greasing
What is it 1950 LOL
Glad I removed them too
Also they correct camber, but then without a toe arm the toe control is poor
It can be adjusted but it's a compromise
You really need the camber arms and tow arms like black ops sell
I recently had an alignment done at a race car workshop that specializes in setting up race cars
I said fit these (Bwoody camber arms) and do what ever you need to do...
When I picked up the car I asked did they fit the arms, they guy laughed and just said "NO"