I'm pretty sure TJs use the same control arms. Anyone?
If that's the case they should be real easy to come by. Everyone who lifts a TJ (tons) no longer needs then and they're not a common part to replace so there's no demand. When I lifted my TJ I put up all the stock parts for free on our local Jeep forum and oddly enough, only the coils were taken for someone's other project. The CAs went to the dump.
Anyway, look into seeing if they're the same and you'll greatly increase your chances of finding some. And as stated, stay stock if the Jeep is stock. There's no real benefit to aftermarket, and if they're non-swivelling, you'll actually get less flex.
Almost forgot, hang on to those cam bolts if they're still good and you don't have to cut them out. I needed new ones from the dealer and they were $28 each for the bolt and $7 each for the nut. :O
So I installed the flux capacitor but the Jeep just won't do 88 mph.
-'99 WJ Limited, 4.7, Patriot Blue, 2" BB, 31" Mall-Terrains, Pavement Princess
-'97 TJ, Stone White, 4" Superlift, 33" SSRs, lunchboxed rear, 12K Titan winch, and 2.5 litres of exhillirating performance.