|07-06-2007 08:30 PM|
That pic I posted above are the "Pro Comp" Parts. Go back to who ever you ordered your kit from.
This is the page:
|07-06-2007 08:24 PM|
|Chad P||One more question where do I get one? I look at 4 wheel parts.com they ain't got it.|
|07-06-2007 08:18 PM|
|Chad P||Ok that make sence. No I didn't get anything for the front. I guess I know what to buy know. Thank guys.|
|07-06-2007 07:07 PM|
|bluvikng||You have a track bar for your front end. It should have a relocation bracket, to keep your alignment true. That is what everyone is trying to say to you. If it did not come with the relocation (drop) bracket, you will need an adjustable track bar, and even still, they recommend the relocation bracket. Both front, and rear axles, have the track bar, and the lift should have come with drop brackets, for both.|
|07-06-2007 06:57 PM|
Did your kit contain any of these?
|07-06-2007 06:37 PM|
|Chad P||I am talking about the front end not the rear.|
|07-06-2007 06:13 PM|
|AzTJ||The only cause is the track bar. DId it come with a bracket or adjustable track bar? If not - you might want to get an adjustable one.|
|07-06-2007 05:29 PM|
|4point||Most likely your Track Bar. You can buy an adjustable bar, they are made by many different companies.|
|07-06-2007 05:03 PM|
04 jeep with 4" procomp question
I have an 04 TJ I did a 4" procomp lift. I just notice that the drivers side tire sticks out past the fender flare about and 1.5 inches the other side is flush with the flare. I have stock wheels 8 inch wide with 33 x12.50 r15 bfg's. Have you heard of this I installed the lift my-self this isn't my first lift. I did do the home made sway bar disconnects. What could cause this or is the axle slightly of set?
Thanks for the input.