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Unread 02-25-2007, 04:17 PM   #1
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Best value in a track bar relocation bracket? Rear relocation bracket?

What's the best value for adapting the front track bar for a 3" lift? Is there a relocation bracket? If not, what track bar do you recommend?

How about a relocation bracket for the rear, for 2-3" of lift?

I know most people get these items in a lift kit, but my lift is coming together piece by piece and I (think I) need these items separately. Not sure yet till I see how much lift I net.

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I don't know who makes one for the front but Rubicon Express makes a nice one for the rear.
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What's the best value for adapting the front track bar for a 3" lift? Is there a relocation bracket? If not, what track bar do you recommend?

How about a relocation bracket for the rear, for 2-3" of lift?

I know most people get these items in a lift kit, but my lift is coming together piece by piece and I (think I) need these items separately. Not sure yet till I see how much lift I net.

Thanks.
Old man Emu makes a good one, like $14 at DPG off road.com
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Old man Emu makes a good one, like $14 at DPG off road.com
That's the rear relocation bracket for 14 dollars?
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Old man Emu makes a good one, like $14 at DPG off road.com
I didn't have any luck finding it on there site, happen to have a link?
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I also used the OME rear track bar bracket ($16) with a 2.25"BB and it re-centered the rear axle perfectly. I've seen a bracket for the front, but I believe it was about 80 bucks, so if it were me, I'd opt for an adjustable front track bar for just a bit more.
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Unread 02-26-2007, 06:05 AM   #7
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I didn't have any luck finding it on there site, happen to have a link?
Rocky Road has it for 16 bucks (near bottom of page- panhard bracket): http://www.rocky-road.com/jeepome.html
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Sweet! I was looking all over for one too! The only one I found was a Skyjacker rear track bar bracket at Quadratec for $40.00.
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Unread 02-26-2007, 07:02 AM   #9
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OK4WD has the OME too... couple dollars more on the part but they had a better shipping price so it came out to lesser than Rocky Road.

Here is the link.
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They are all piece of sheet metal bent to pretty much the same thing, don't think there'll be a difference between the brands.
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