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Old 02-06-2016, 03:03 PM
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Lift and trackbar question

My TJ isn't lifted, yet, but I'm thinking about a 2" lift. Most times it is recommended that a rear trackbar relocation or adjustable trackbar be installed.

Why just a rear trackbar? Does the front differential not also move when lifted? I see adjustable front trackbars advertised. Just curious.

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My TJ isn't lifted, yet, but I'm thinking about a 2" lift. Most times it is recommended that a rear trackbar relocation or adjustable trackbar be installed. Why just a rear trackbar? Does the front differential not also move when lifted? I see adjustable front trackbars advertised. Just curious.
You will need both.

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Both move. The front just doesn't move as much. It's your choice to get an adjustable front trackbar at that height. It's really whether or not you are picky about your Jeep being symmetrical or not.
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Both move. The front just doesn't move as much. It's your choice to get an adjustable front trackbar at that height. It's really whether or not you are picky about your Jeep being symmetrical or not.
He's right, but being out of symmetry will lead to bump stear. How much depends on each jeep and its angles.
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