I know this gets covered a lot, but I feel like I have special circumstances that usually don't get brought up.
It's a 2004 LJ and this weekend I will be doing the classic junkyard lift with V8 XJ Springs and putting my front springs in the rear. This thread is not about whether that's a good idea or not, so please don't' comment on that.
I already have One ton steering, and stock track bar.
My understanding is that if I use a trac bar bracket on the top of the trac bar then I will need a drop pitman arm.
As of right now I am planning on using the bracket at the bottom of the trac bar (front bracket is on the right)
I feel like if I use both the DPA and the trac bar relocation bracket its really going to screw things up. But maybe I'm just crazy.
Should I use the DPA or not?
If you look in this picture, pushing the trac bar to the right from the bottom of the bracket will give it a steeper angle. Then if I put the DPA on it would give the drag link a less steep angle. The angles would be really off, causing crappy driving conditions, right? I realize the pic is not one ton steering, which is why I decided to make a thread.