yes i just cut the front and rear off and paint over it anyways because the axle is getting painted so is the frame.... my first jeep and im trying to make it look the best and perform the best of its abilities
1979 cj7 4.2, weber, 3 speed, 31x10.5r15
1977 cj5 4.2, weber fiberglass tub parts jeep
no tracs, no sways, OME 2.5" on 33's. stable and safe. don't drive like an *** and you'll bee ok - same as any other car.
Although I'm running 31's. Same setup, same mentality.
A sound steering system is a must for on road driving without a sway bar. Our last YJ was a two-handed adventure over 40mph. Granted, it needed ball joints, tie rod ends, drag link and steering stabilizer. You know - not much. LOL
1996 White ZJ
1987 Maroon YJ (sideways build)
1996 Forest Green XJ
I'm in the process of redoing a soa lift that was messed up on the 95 yj I recently purchased. Right now I want to figure out how to install my new steering. I went with the MORE stage 2 steering correction kit and jks track bar. Now the only thing I need to do is figure out where the original bracket was on the frame. The PO cut it off and repainted the frame after it was fixed so now I have to make one from scratch. Any help would be appeciated.
If you have a SOA I do not believe that you can use the stock track bar. You will have to buy or devise your own. I had a YJ that the OP used adjustable stabilizer bars welded onto the axle. The bars were purchased at Tractor Supply. This was on a SOA Yj.
like i said before, everyone has their own preferences and opinions. i personally like having the track bar on there cuz thats just me. what i need it a good picture or description of where the mounting bracket used to be. i searched through a lot of threads but haven't been able to find a clear picture or idea. i know i could just weld it in anywhere but i would like to put in the general area of where it was.