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Now, I know the whole "z" metaphor about my front end. But it still does not answer the question as "How do I get my front axle back to center?" My toe in is correct, everything is tight and there is absolutely no slop anywhere. It's only a 2.5" lift so an adjustable track bar won't help....what do I do? I can't travel more than 10 miles without my ABS and.ECS lights coming on and staying on. This is a 2012 JKU Sahara "Arctic" Edition with a Teraflex 2.5" budget lift (coil spacers and rear track bar relocation bracket), which coincidentally, the rear axle is still just fine! Please help with suggestions?
 

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JReed615 said:
Why wouldn't an adjustable track bar help..? The only way to move the axle left and right is with the track bar.
Because as far as I can tell, adjustable track bars are meant for those with 3" lift or more. Therefore I would be -.5" on a track bar? Please someone tell me I'm wrong!
 

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x3. used adjustable jks track bars on front and rear to recenter after 1.5 inch lift. my axels were off about a 1/2 inch front and rear after the lift. some would live with that and the driveabilty was not effected, but it bothered me so i installed the jks bars. no regrets
 

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I didn't read this whole thread but if your axles have shifted regardless of how far, adj track bar/s will fix it. JKS makes very good ones.
 
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