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Unread 03-01-2006, 05:27 AM   #1
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rear track bar bracket

do i need a rear track bar relocation bracket for a 2" coil springs lift? (pro comp spring +mx6 shocks)
i know ome 2" lift includes a rear track bar relocation bracket.
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Unread 03-03-2006, 04:05 AM   #2
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no i don't. pro comp 2" coil springs and mx6 shocks are great on and off without the track bar bracket.
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Unread 03-03-2006, 09:18 AM   #3
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Didn't need the bracket? How far is the rear/front out? I did a Rusty's 2" spring kit and my rear shifted to the pass. side 3/4".....I'm picking up my bracket today.
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Unread 03-03-2006, 01:14 PM   #4
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the rear is almost 1/2 inch out. is that a problem? i can not feel any differnce on/off road.
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Unread 03-03-2006, 08:23 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by Rocky5
Didn't need the bracket? How far is the rear/front out? I did a Rusty's 2" spring kit and my rear shifted to the pass. side 3/4".....I'm picking up my bracket today.
Are you getting it from Rusty's or somewhere else? I just ordered the 2" coil lift and might need one too.
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Unread 03-03-2006, 08:48 PM   #6
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Are you getting it from Rusty's or somewhere else? I just ordered the 2" coil lift and might need one too.
I thought about Rusty's but it is $50+shipping and states it is for 3"-4.5" lifts.....on the upside, it is a "no drill" bracket. I got and OME bracket for $20 including shipping. It was made for the 2.5" kit. I just got it today and didn't have a chance to put it on today.

You just will never know if you really "need" a relocation bracket untill you actually do the lift and measure. You should measure bot front and rear to be sure the jeep will track correctly down the road. From what I've read, not many people have to do a relocation braket with a BB or 2" lift.

I guess I'm just LUCKY!
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-Rusty's 2" spring kit w/Skyjacker Hydro 7000 shocks, 1" coil spacers up front and 3/4" coil spacers in rear, 32" BFG AT KO's on Ravines
-Spidertrax 1.25" wheel spacers, Clear Turn Signals and Markers, Custom Front Bumper Hoop with upgraded hooks, Delta 50 Flowmaster, Code Alarm CA-670 Paging-Alarm with Motion Detector, K&N FIPK, JKS Discos, Procomp LCAs, Airaid TBS, Tuffy 055 rear section sub console, 4-Hella 500's, Fumoto Oil Drain Valve, Olympic Reverse-a-bars, Delta Headlight kit with black bezels, Edge Trail Jammer kit, Smittybilt Classic Tire Carrier, WARN Oil Skid, Skid Row steering skid, JKS adj. rear track bar, RC front adj. track bar.
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Unread 03-03-2006, 10:15 PM   #7
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I thought about Rusty's but it is $50+shipping and states it is for 3"-4.5" lifts.....on the upside, it is a "no drill" bracket. I got and OME bracket for $20 including shipping. It was made for the 2.5" kit. I just got it today and didn't have a chance to put it on today.

You just will never know if you really "need" a relocation bracket untill you actually do the lift and measure. You should measure bot front and rear to be sure the jeep will track correctly down the road. From what I've read, not many people have to do a relocation braket with a BB or 2" lift.

I guess I'm just LUCKY!
Got a link, just in case?
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Unread 03-03-2006, 10:32 PM   #8
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Got a link, just in case?
I bought it at 4wheel parts, was the same price there as I found online.
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-Spidertrax 1.25" wheel spacers, Clear Turn Signals and Markers, Custom Front Bumper Hoop with upgraded hooks, Delta 50 Flowmaster, Code Alarm CA-670 Paging-Alarm with Motion Detector, K&N FIPK, JKS Discos, Procomp LCAs, Airaid TBS, Tuffy 055 rear section sub console, 4-Hella 500's, Fumoto Oil Drain Valve, Olympic Reverse-a-bars, Delta Headlight kit with black bezels, Edge Trail Jammer kit, Smittybilt Classic Tire Carrier, WARN Oil Skid, Skid Row steering skid, JKS adj. rear track bar, RC front adj. track bar.
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Unread 03-04-2006, 10:06 AM   #9
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the rear is almost 1/2 inch out. is that a problem? i can not feel any differnce on/off road.
is the rear sticking out 1 inch farther to one side.
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