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Old 04-17-2007, 03:21 PM
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Tri angulated rear link

I want to triangulate the rear suspension on my Jeep so far the only one I have been able to find by itself is the Full Traction setup and it was pricey. Will that kit be compatable with my RE 4.5 SF? And does any wone know where else I can find just that part by itself?
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I thought you were selling your Jeep?

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Rock Krawler, Rubicon Express, Fabtech, they all make a tri-link rear setup. However you are currently setup with short ams I believe right? There will be some drastic changes you will have to make to your rig in order to lose the rear trac-bar.
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I'm gonna keep it I got to much money it and I can't bring myself to do it. I'll regret it to much. I am going to sale the Trans Am we just got after looking at the NADA on it and considered what I payed for it and a clean title with no problems I can make a rather large profit off of it. I think the drive shaft problem was being cause by a minimally damaged spider gears.
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They make triangulated rear links for short arm suspension to thats why I was askin if it would just bolt in and be compatible.
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They make triangulated rear links for short arm suspension to thats why I was askin if it would just bolt in and be compatible.
Ah, you are correct sir. I muddled myself up on that response not really reading what you were looking for.

RK does still offer the setup you are looking for uitlizing their bolt on or weld on cradle with short uppers using the stock mounting locations. I'm sure you can get the arms and the cradle on their own. Just shoot Absolute Offroad a PM on this board. Joe is the largest RK dealer in the western half of the US.
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if your gonna triangulate the rear there is someone selling a RK truss for a very nice price with all the hardware...i was about to buy it but found out it wouldn't work for me (thanks to the seller giving me the RK number...and Joe at absolute offroad)

anyway the guy selling it is very honest and super helpful...all you'd have to do is buy the triangulated arms for it...PM me and i can give you a link if interested.
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I'm not ready to buy right now I'm just looking for what will work and a good price.

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