So I'm planning on doing a 3.5 inch lift from iron rock probably just the foundation kit with a front adjustable track bar to center the front axle BUT I'm on a budget so I'm wondering about there rear drop bracket.
1. How it mounts. (it looks like it just bolts up)
2. Can i get away with this, just for a little, until i can get an adjustable rear?
(I will be looking in the classifieds here to see if i can find the adjustable bars here and not only save myself money. Also I'd rather not have to use a sort of rigged up method but the use of the bracket would only be temporary.)
The drop bracket is actually better than adjustable track bar from the perspective of maintaining factory roll center. Problem is that unless you weld them on and reinforce the nearby unibody structure then they fail.
On road, you can get away with the bolt-on bracket indefinitely. Off-road you need to weld it or go with adjustable track bar.
Adjustable track bars are fine as long as they are not Rusty's. Then they break apart and almost kill you. IRO is beefy and a solid product. You are going to need adj track bars front and rear to center your axles.
Cool, i knew i'd have to be getting them, just wasn't sure what type, also i've been searching around and i found an Old Man Emu lift, wondering if its as good as they're trying to make it out to be, or if its all just marketing....