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04-11-2007 12:40 PM
erickpl Try the JKS one. VERY stout. It should work for a stock to 2-3" lift. It should adjust to the 0 lift size.

Based on the axle being shifted over to driver side, I have to wonder if there was already a slight lift on the Jeep when you got it.

I got it from DPG Offroad and got a deal on the shipping too.
04-11-2007 12:18 PM
off road rescue
Track Bar

Guys I got some problems.I 've tried everything I know to do. First I bought a 99 TJ that had been wrecked.It a little vibration in the front end and road walked alittle. I found that my lower passenger control arm was bent along with the bracket.I replaced the control arm and staightend the bracket. Was still having problems. Plus I noticed that the front axle is shifted to the drivers side about an inch.I checked the track bar ,all ok but I did need to replace the drag link and tie rod ends and linkage tube.I STILL have a off center front axle and road walks alittle at 65-70 mph. Is there a adjustable track bar that I can buy that will fit a stock setup.Every one I have looked at says 2 inches or more. I wasn't planning on doing anytype of lift right now. I enjoy the decent fuel mileage to much. Thanks for any suggestions or help!!

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