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post #781 of 3152 Old 11-24-2008, 01:58 PM
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Some flex with the front sway bar off. Driver side front is stuffed.
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Hey guys we just released the NEW YJ steering braces they are only $59.95 before the jeep forum discount!!!!!
You can you go to the link and look at the instructions online!
http://www.roughcountry.com/jeep_xtr...ing-brace.html
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Toms87 Shouldn't your front shackle be facing inward?

and Ryan, what does a steering brace do, and where does it go?

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Toms87 Shouldn't your front shackle be facing inward?

and Ryan, what does a steering brace do, and where does it go?
look at the directions kid. lol

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Some flex with the front sway bar off. Driver side front is stuffed.
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look at the directions kid. lol
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Considering those are stock shackles, I don't think they really can be facing in or out.
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Considering those are stock shackles, I don't think they really can be facing in or out.
I had to look twice at the pic, but if you look close, you can see its the shackle mount that makes it look like a boomer shackle on backwards.

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doh I saw the shackle mount, it looks like a boomerang, nevermind me back on topic

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and Ryan, what does a steering brace do, and where does it go?
The steering brace goes from the frame to the steering box and gives it support from the other side other than just the driver side where it is mounted to the frame. These are really handy if you run larger tires and off road allot.
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Bought an rc lift like 3 years ago, in less then a year, i bent the driver side leaf on a 90 degree angle. called up. no help. sent emails. no answer. finally got sick of waiting and ordered a new rc lift, and i have had no problems. my jeep dont sag yet (knock on wood) and yes the ride is a lil rough, but ill leave it at that. i enjoy my lift. just wish ya'll could have helped me out when i needed it. OH WAIT, then after i ordered my new lift, i finally got an email back. and it only said, sir we are sorry that we can not respond back to the hundreds of emails we get a day! i was Pi$$ed
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Bought an rc lift like 3 years ago, in less then a year, i bent the driver side leaf on a 90 degree angle. called up. no help. sent emails. no answer. finally got sick of waiting and ordered a new rc lift, and i have had no problems. my jeep dont sag yet (knock on wood) and yes the ride is a lil rough, but ill leave it at that. i enjoy my lift. just wish ya'll could have helped me out when i needed it. OH WAIT, then after i ordered my new lift, i finally got an email back. and it only said, sir we are sorry that we can not respond back to the hundreds of emails we get a day! i was Pi$$ed
I am sorry for the experience that you had but trust me allot of things have changed since then. I have been with the company for about two years and I have been put in charge of answering emails and even though it is hundred of emails every day I make sure to try and answer them when they come through. Customer service is very important to me and I know what it is like to get the run around.
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I am planning on getting the 4" for my YJ, will I need to extend the brake lines?

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I am planning on getting the 4" for my YJ, will I need to extend the brake lines?
Yes you will. If I need them for my 2.5" kit I would almost garantee that you will.


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the brake line brackets with the kit work as a band-aid for on the road but you really need extended for flexing.

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