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04 jeeper 02-25-2006 05:56 PM

Adjustable Control Arms
 
Okay Guys I Need Serious Help What Do You Think The Measurement Would Be For A 2 Inch Lift For The LOWER ADJ. ARMS

jeeptales 02-25-2006 06:42 PM

2" Lift?
 
What llift is it?:confused:

4Jeepn 02-25-2006 07:00 PM

trick question: You don't need adj arms with a 2" lift, or at least you shouldn't... Thus, give us some more info.

04 jeeper 02-25-2006 07:10 PM

its a rustys 2 inch but its a little higher i think. i want hese on because sooner or later ill go bigger

04 jeeper 02-25-2006 07:12 PM

i put a adjustable traction bar on too now my steering is totally off. will a front end alignment fix this. i know these are somme stupid questions but im new to this

4Jeepn 02-25-2006 07:35 PM

Most adj arms are the same size as stock arms untill you unscrew them so you should be fine with just about any of them. I run Rubicon express with mine and have about 6.6" of lift in the front. And yes getting an alignment will fix the steering issue. you may be able to fix it yourself.. check this site www.4x4xplor.com

jeeperman 02-26-2006 09:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 04 jeeper
i put a adjustable traction bar on too now my steering is totally off. will a front end alignment fix this. i know these are somme stupid questions but im new to this

A good alignment shop will go over everything for you as well to give you piece of mind after the install. The place I took mine after I did the long-arm kit made sure that everything was square and equidistant from the frame. I had a corner that was 1/2" forward in relation to the other one, and after 3 days under the Jeep, I didn't see it. So I would check around and see if you can find someplace that will double check your work if you have any questions. I think I only paid $20+ the cost of the alignment.


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