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Unread 07-16-2011, 08:28 AM   #1
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OTA Tracking Bar Bracket

I need to make room for a hydraulic ram assist bracket on the hp 30 of my ZJ. This means moving the TB mount over the axle. JKS makes an OTA bracket, but besides moving the mounting point up 4", which is fine, it also moves it laterally back 3 3/4". That puts it to the right of the right upper CA mount and it appears that the TB wouldn't clear the mount. Moving it back also creates a misalignment from the chassis TB mount, possibly requiring johnny joints.

Has anyone done this or used the JKS OTA mount? Any pictures or ideas will be appreciated.

2005 LJ, 112" wb, RJ60's, ARB lockers, Fox Coil overs, 37" Mtr's, much more
97 TJ Built Juggy
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