I don't mind your turn lead. It allows you to isolate the pot with j4kerstar and lets you get away from the hand if krondix gets his money in.
In my opinion, j4kerstar would probably ship it in if he has any flush draw as he is getting close to 2:1 with krondix left behind to act as well. If he did have a flush draw, most of his hands would have a gutter in it as well, assuming he calls with mid run downs. JQT9, KQJX, ETC. Even if he has a small flush draw like 7654, there still a gut shot in there. The only flush draws I see him maby flatting is two high/low cards with a naked FD (discounting AK), which I think is pretty rare. So from this, I deduced that his flatting range is weighted towards off suit wraps, and monsters like set+ NFD, two pair + NFD.
My question is if u bet, j4kerstar goes in, and krondix reships, whether or not you have enough equity to call with the initial bet in the pot. Assuming Krondix is a decent player, I put his range @ TOP 2, AA+FD, Sets, Wraps+FD, Top 2, etc. Against your hand he is a 2:1 favorite. Throw J4kerstar and give him either a wrap or a flush draw and your equity shrinks to 23.36%.
On the other hand, If you would have lead out with a pot sized bet, and two players go all in, you would be in a difficult spot.
Im new to plo, so not sure if i did the hand ranges right, lmk what u think. heres a link