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Old 05-07-2013, 08:02 PM   #1
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need advise about which adj track bar to buy

Rear Trackbar; Ok so i started out my jeep stock. over the last year and a half have built her up, starting with a 4 inch economy lift from skyjacker, i know all the haters out there but for the price and my income at the time it was a no brainer.. so i finally got fed up with the vibrations, did the washer trick... still hit the vibes at 70mph. So i bought a transfercase with a hack and tap on it.. thought it was going to be an easy in and out swap.. not the case had to switch out the input shaft. all went well coil spring relocation bracket, shock relocation bracket..etc, all faired out well was not able to use my adj trackbar cause i welded it after i found the proper adjustment.... now that my axle is sitting differently from adjusting my pinion angle...i put a cv jks bracket my trackbar is too short. any suggestions... please need help...

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Old 05-07-2013, 08:21 PM   #2
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no contest.... Currie's new bend with their bracket. supposedly has better clearance for the gas tank mounts & exhaust...

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Old 05-07-2013, 08:31 PM   #3
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thanks for the reply, trying to keep the cost down... currie is everyones choice.... i was thinking maybe a jks cause i already bought there cv style bracket... any other input would be helpful.. thank you
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thanks for the reply, trying to keep the cost down... currie is everyones choice.... i was thinking maybe a jks cause i already bought there cv style bracket... any other input would be helpful.. thank you
It sounds like you already have made up your mind, so just go with what you want.

My reply was based upon experience with JKS:



That's why I recommended Currie:
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