Hey guys, my mechanic has the rear done on my TJ (2" BDS springs and shocks) and the rear axle is moved to the right about an 1" or so to the right. The front is not installed yet.
it's as common as geometry.Is this a common problem???
Anyone know where I should order an adjustible bar and bracket from?
that'll do it. you'll still need 1.25" of rear bumpstop, otherwise the bracket is going to hit the underside of tub.Thanks but! I was hoping you would reply. Is this what I need?
Old Man Emu FKWTJ02 - Old Man Emu Track Bar Relocation Bracket for 97-06 Jeep® Wrangler TJ & Unlimited - Quadratec
I am running with stock bumstop extensions as the the BDS shocks are sized perfectly for the springs.
binds on the stock closed top bracket and causes it to bend...Jks adjustable rear track bar
not even close.Once the front get's lifted, it might swing back a little to center.
you want the axle centered at ride height, and at 2" of lift, thats only if you really care a lot, or if the tire is rubbing on the rear spring perch.So, here is what I am trying to figure out. At what point is where you want it to be centered? Once the correct right height is established, it would seem to make sense to set that axle right then. But, won't the axle move right and left as the suspension loads and unloads?
there is no relocation bracket for the front.Will I not see the same thing in the front thus requiring TWO relocation brackets?
in the rear, the bracket can be bolted on. I'd prefer to bolt it on tight - then weld it on. Loose brackets will cause major issues in the rear.Also, when using these, should they be welded, or bolted?