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Old 03-10-2019, 10:24 PM
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Track bar, steering stabilizer, etc.

So the Jeep I have purchased has a what appears to be a 3-3.5 inch lift kit from I’ve begun to replace the shocks with better ones, but looking at the track bar it appears to be stock. Should I switch this out with an adjustable one? As well as the rc dual stabilizers, switch these? Just not really a big fan of rc, although never really had any issues, just want something a little beefier. Suggestions?

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I would definitely do the track bar. Just installed a SteerSmart Yeti adjustable and no longer feel like the body is going a different direction than the axle and have a much more solid feel.
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I would look at the relationship between the drag link and the track bar and make sure they are in line. You are on the verge of needing a flipped drag link at 3.5". If you install a new track bar and drag link I would highly recommend SteerSmarts stuff. That's what I am upgrading all my front end to. If your front end it set up right, you won't even need a steering stabilizer let alone a dual one. I just run the SteerSmarts one.

I would avoid RC stuff, but that is just me. I am currently running Fox 2.0 shocks and would highly recommend them. Good luck on your project.

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