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I have a 19 JL Rubicon with the following mods
1. Dynatrac EnduroSport 2” lift with fox 2.0 shocks
2. 37” nitto ridge grapplers on iMac machete beadlocks
3. Factory steel bumpers
4. Steersmarts tie rod, drag link with griffin attentuator, and front track bar
5. Evo skid plates
6. Dana diff covers
7. Rockslide engineering steps with skid plate
8. Falcon steering stabilizer

I plan on also installing
1. Rear track bar
2. Adjustable control arms
3. Front/rear driveshafts
4. RCV front axle shafts
5. Chromoly rear axle shafts
6. Rugged Ridge low mount snorkel

Here are my questions
1. What adjustable control arms are preferred? I know they are not needed but like to climb rocks as a weekend warrior and would like a beefier set than stock. Was thinking Alpine from teraflex. Any reviews or other brands I should look at.
2. Which rear track bar? Once again I know it’s not needed but want something more durable than stock.
3. Definitely getting Adams driveshafts. 1310 or 1350? And why? Stock gearing in JL Rubicon. Stock locker
4. RCV front axle shafts. Fad vs 1 piece? Why?
5. Which rear chromoly axle shafts?
 

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Here are my questions
1. What adjustable control arms are preferred? I know they are not needed but like to climb rocks as a weekend warrior and would like a beefier set than stock. Was thinking Alpine from teraflex. Any reviews or other brands I should look at.
2. Which rear track bar? Once again I know it’s not needed but want something more durable than stock.
3. Definitely getting Adams driveshafts. 1310 or 1350? And why? Stock gearing in JL Rubicon. Stock locker
My .02 while researching my frankenlift.

1. Core 4x4 is brand to look into as well. Quite a few on the board run them. Geo brackets could be another possibility, before adjustable CA’s.
2. I’m looking at JKS, made in USA...
3. Some good info in here. https://www.wranglerforum.com/f202/driveshafts-1310-1350-a-1775290.html
 

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Hmm... no one else has input?

My understanding of the DS’s, the stockers are “equivalent” to a 1310, but there are 1310 DS’s that are beefier than stock. 1350s are an even better upgrade.
 
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