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Old 04-29-2011, 02:28 PM   #1
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Full-Traction Suspension CRC-LINK - Jeep JK


Full-Traction Suspension announces the release of its newest suspension innovation for the JEEP JK Wrangler - The new CRC Link™- (Constant Roll Center). It’s Full-Tractions off road adaptation for the JEEP JK of the thoroughly proven Watts Link Design. (Google it, it’s everywhere)

FEATURES:
* True and correct constant roll center geometry for better handling- on & off road!
* Better ground clearance- everything is on top of the axle
* Eliminates Rear Track Bar and weak factory axle mounts that fail
* Strengthens factory axle housing
* Fully bolt-on - minor Exhaust mods required

Nothing that has come along for the 2007-2011 JK Wrangler suspension has been this innovative. The CRC Link™ works with all brands of aftermarket lifts to + 4”- 6” over stock height. It completely nullifies the constant high/low roll center debate by applying superior design to eliminate the problem. This system upgrade can’t be topped for correct geometry, handling on and off road, and improved strength.

Part # FTS7380 Fits 2007-2011 2/4 Door JEEP JK Wrangler
Price- $649.95



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Old 06-16-2011, 03:40 PM   #2
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High Speed Video of the CRC-LINK in action


Rock Crawling Video of the CRC-LINK in action
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Old 08-23-2011, 05:11 PM   #3
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This looks interesting. could you link me some info to read up on it. I cant find much on the net about this set up.
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This looks interesting. could you link me some info to read up on it. I cant find much on the net about this set up.

Here's a recent article by Four Wheeler
Project Silver Bullet Part 2 - Four Wheeler Magazine

We are now shipping the CRC link.
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Thanks for the link. I'm just might work one of these in when I do my lift.
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is this a bolt in system,, or is welding required
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is this a bolt in system,, or is welding required
Its all bolt on. No Welding...


You need to Drill three holes on the Drivers side frame.

Cutting of the exhaust is required. We include the exhaust pieces in the kit.
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