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Old 12-06-2015, 02:21 AM
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Dynatrac pr44 questions

Hey guys so I have a 2015 2 door Willys and have ordered
Up a pro rock 44 unlimited geometry. I have an aev 3.5 lift I have no installed yet, my questions are

1. Do I still use the front geometry correction brackets?

2. Do I need adjustable control arms instead?

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No and no. Not for caster anyway. You may or may not need adjustable upper control arms to fix your pinion angle.

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No and no. Not for caster anyway. You may or may not need adjustable upper control arms to fix your pinion angle.
Agreed..... And jealous!

You will have great caster built in with that axle. I'd grab some upper adjustables in case you want to fine tune.

Been eyeballing those for a while. Be sure to snap some shots of that beauty!
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He may or may not need some adjustability to set caster. I don't know if the brackets will be enough.
The OP should call DT and ask whats needed to run the PR.
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Thanks guys I'll be calling them Monday.
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If you can swing it money wise I would get all four front arms as that will get you a touch of wheelbase back. If you don't care about that you may actually not need arms at all with that housing, bolt it all together and go for test drive.

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