Originally Posted by 05silver_sport
I was under the impression that the relocation bracket was only for the rear track bar I haven't seen one for the front?
Are you talking about a rear CV track bar bracket or something else?
Everyone is saying adjustable track bar, but that does you no good once you have it. If you take a good look at your jeep, the track bar is attached to the frame on the drivers side and the axle at the passengers side.
No matter what kind of trackbar you have, as the axle goes up the axle goes toward the passengers side because the track bar is a fixed length. As the axle goes down (droops) the axle moves toward the drivers side. Imagine the bolts attaching both ends are like hinges and the entire axle can swing on them if it helps.
As the height between the axle and the frame becomes larger (taller lift) the axle moves toward the driver. The adjustable track bar gives you capability to lengthen the trackbar to move the axle back into its proper position, centered under the jeep.
As for the front relocation bracket, that is so you can either: a) get away with a stock track bar and b) have the track bar and drag link parallel
The rear track bar bracket is so that you can adjust the pinion angle of axle without the track bar binding -- the angle of the bracket shows this.