I was doing a DIY alignment this weekend to follow up on the lift kit I did last weekend. It's a 2.5 inch TF coil lift with the TF track bar bracket in back. I used a RK adjustable track bar up front. When I was lining everything up I noticed the back was sticking out on the drivers side. At first I thought to myself, dang it I mounted the track bar into the wrong hole on the bracket. Normally it wouldn't be a big deal but I got tendonitis in my elbow(from doing the lift, had to do it without my torque wrench) and the thought of tightening up a track bar made me cringe.
After closer examination I had the track bar on the lowest setting on the bracket and the axle was sticking out too far on the driver's side. I'm not sure what to do here to get the rear axle centered. I thought about an adjustable track bar in back but... to get it lined up the rear trackbar would actually have to have a setting that was a little shorter than the stock rear jk track bar. Do I need to just take the TF track bar bracket off and get an adjustable? Or do they make adjustable TBs that have a setting slightly smaller than stock?