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Old 08-06-2013, 09:37 AM   #1
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Front Cam Bolts Needed?

I am getting ready to pull the trigger on a 3" Zone lift for my '01 TJ. For the time being I will be running factory control arms. I plan to use the transfer case drop that comes with the lift, do I need to go ahead and order the $30 cam bolt kit as well?

I have read where some guys use them and some don't. But, I have also read where you don't really need to do a t-case drop at 3". This isn't my daily driver but it does see more pavement than dirt so I want to keep the drive as comfortable as possible.

Any info from others running 3" lifts would be greatly appreciated.

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Front cam bolts are useful for minor caster angle adjustments but that would not be required for a 3 inch suspension lift. And you're definitely need to do a small tcase drop for a 3 inch suspension left to eliminate the drivetrain vibrations it will cause.
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