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Old 04-11-2013, 03:21 PM   #1
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ditching my tcase drop and properly trying to finish 4 inch lift, need advise

march 2012, installed the economy 4 inch lift by skyjacker came with a tcase drop. did the washer trick still have slight vibes off and on.now its time to do things the right way..

i have a bought an adams rear driveshaft, i have transfercase thats been hacked and tap sye, have coil spring relocation bracket, and shock relocation brackets, have jks upper adjustable arms for the rear... is there anything i am missing...ie new brake line for rear axel, or rear track bar bracket, i have an adjustable on the rear that i tack welded into place... is this going to be a problem... any help would be greatly appreciated...

on a side note was wondering about in nj the last couple of days tempertures have been warming then they should be this time of the year and my jeep is cranking for like 5-10 secs before it starts, it use to fire up right away could this be the distributor pack starting to go on me.. cap and rotor were replaced within the last 9 months, all new plugs wires were replaced in 2010... should of i replaced these too

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Old 04-11-2013, 04:08 PM   #2
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30 views come on guys i need a little help here

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Old 04-11-2013, 04:16 PM   #3
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you should get the track bar relocation bracket angled for CV shaft. Other than that I think you have it handled.
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Old 04-11-2013, 04:36 PM   #4
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So I should be good with just the this bracket, I welded my adjustable trackbar in place cause my front bar had stripped out so I welded both of then
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I'm no expert but I'm pretty sure you should not be welding your track bars. Adjustable track bars are just that and it would seem that welding them would defeat that purpose. I did a really nice Savvy/Currie lift on mine that replaced both track bars. I did have to weld on a new angled track bar mount but that was it. You mentioned doing it right so a nice angled track bar mount from JKS or Currie and new track bars would put you on the right track to being "right".
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Old 04-11-2013, 06:51 PM   #6
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Yeah the nuts have a tendency to strip which happened in my front one causing a death wobble that destroyed my whole exhaust and I just did it as a safety precaution cause it scared the crap out of me. So your saying I need a track bar cv relocation bracket and a new rack bar ill have to do a little research thanks for the input

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