Today I installed a set of teraflex 2 inch springs and left in my 1 3/4 inch spacers. I know probably not the best idea. I can definitely tell I need either an adjustable trackbar or a trackbar bracket. I was just wondering how involved the install would be? What all do you have to remove to install either one, the bracket or the whole adjustable bar?? I see how it works and how it needs to be installed, but I don't see how to get the axle centered back up once I remove the old trackbar. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!
The way I try and center the axle: once the track bar is installed, turn the steering wheel the bring the body center. Drop a plum-bob off the fenders and see which way it needs to be adjusted, and then adjust it as necessary.
What I was getting at what how do you physically do it. Do you jack up the axle and get the tires off the ground, or do you just adjust it and let it pull everything around with full load on the axle??
I thought you were saying center the steering wheel before you start. If i did this and the old trackbar was still installed then it wouldn't straighten anything up, that's why I was confused. So what you are saying is take the old one off then turn the steering wheel to straighten it then put the new one back on??
I know it's not terrible, but not the ideal setup either. I have stock control arms, well stock everything except a 1 in BL and MML, and a small TC Drop. I have a very tiny bit of vibration in 2nd gear and I think the only thing I am gonna have to do is with the rear tracbar.