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ScottBaker 03-17-2015 09:38 AM

Iron Rock Offroad Adjustable Rear Track Bar
 
I am currently running about 2.5" of lift with OME springs (with 1" BL) and all stock control arms and track bars other than an OME rear track bar relocation bracket. I just acquired an Iron Rock Adjustable Rear Track Bar because my rear axle is a little off-center even with the track bar relocation bracket. Should I remove the relocation bracket to best utilize the new adjustable rear track bar? My concern with this is a steeper track bar angle which will cause more lateral axle movement through the rear suspension travel. However, I like the idea of removing the relocation bracket to reduce the leverage put on the factory axle-end track bar bracketry. Give up all that wisdom....

88Hatchy 03-17-2015 10:08 AM

The rear track bar should be level at ride height. Leave the bracket in if keeps the track bar level.

UnlimitedLJ04 03-17-2015 10:15 AM

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Originally Posted by ScottBaker (Post 17727897)
I am currently running about 2.5" of lift with OME springs (with 1" BL) and all stock control arms and track bars other than an OME rear track bar relocation bracket. I just acquired an Iron Rock Adjustable Rear Track Bar because my rear axle is a little off-center even with the track bar relocation bracket. Should I remove the relocation bracket to best utilize the new adjustable rear track bar? My concern with this is a steeper track bar angle which will cause more lateral axle movement through the rear suspension travel. However, I like the idea of removing the relocation bracket to reduce the leverage put on the factory axle-end track bar bracketry. Give up all that wisdom....

make sure you check full bump and beware of track bar vs frame clearance issues.


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