Does anybody know if the RK front track bar will work with the synergy front track bar frame brace with sector shaft brace?
Is it just the sector shaft brace that's rubbing. I'm mostly interested in the frame brace for the track bar in case I find that my trackbar bolt holes are wallowed out any.I would hold off. Most people are having issues with the coil spring rubbing the sector shaft brace when disconnected. I am one of those people. I was just at Easter Jeep Safari and spoke with Synergy. They told me there springs will not rub because of the diameter. I have the teraflex springs which are almost exactly the same diameter. While speaking with the Synergy guy I called "BS" when he said that. He then told me they are coming out with a new and improved version in about six months. I then said why new and improved if there is no problem? He just smiled.
What size tire are you running?Does anybody know if the RK front track bar will work with the synergy front track bar frame brace with sector shaft brace?
What kind of wheeling do you do?I will be running nitto trail grapplers 315/70R17s I think I may go ahead and get the synergy track bar brace frame side. From the sounds of it, the sector shaft brace may interfere with my RK coils. Is that right? Also, if I want to correct holes and/or beef them up on the axle end, what would be y'all's best suggestion? I thought about the synergy bracket but that raises the track bar and requires the drag link flip and 3" bump stops. I've got 2" now and don't know if I want to go to 3" and I'm not sure it would work with my lift (RK 2.5 max travel) anyway. Isn't it for taller lifts? Not sure I want to weld washers on. I like the thought of bolt on better in case of future changes. I did see that JKS makes a bracket that welds onto the factory one and gives the option of factory location or secondary higher mount hole for the track bar. Any thoughts or guidance?
Are you thinking this brace will solve your death wobble or have you pin pointed that yet?Compared to a lot on here definitely nothing major. Mostly a little mud and fire trials that have some ruts. However, once I get everything set up and get my death wobble problem completely figured out, that might change.
My uncle is a steel fabricator and more than qualified. He's built anything from multi-story stairs/railings, worked on race cars, and many other things.Do you have access to a decent size welder and can you weld or do you have a friend that can?