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post #1 of 4 Old 04-01-2008, 12:12 PM Thread Starter
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Rear adjustable track bars.

Are there any that curve forward at the passenger/axle mount side so as to not hit the tank skid caused by axle rotation back for pinion alignment?
Mine's been rubbing against this for some time and has to be transmitting shock to the frame, not to mention restricting movement.


05x 4.0 6sp 30/35, aussie front, 3.73's, r/c 4"x lift, adv adptr sye, shifter bracket, tw cv ds, 33 t/c skid, 33x12.5 dunlop mud rovers on steelies, psc sport cage/rockers, warn fr bump/steer and 30 diff skid, sirius,cb, hand throttle 1"bl/mml 265/16's pepboys at's on orig moabs for street. Lowrance H20c for gps
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post #2 of 4 Old 04-01-2008, 12:29 PM
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This is due to your 4" lift + TT, your axle is rotated way back for proper pinion angle. You need a CV trackbar bracket to rotate your mounting point forward in addition to your adjustable trackbar. Also, many aftermarket gastank skids such as Rokmen, Kilby and EMP are redesigned to allow additional trackbar clearance to avoid this problem.


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post #3 of 4 Old 04-01-2008, 12:55 PM Thread Starter
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I was hoping for a one piece solution to rid my setup of bolt on brackets that come loose.

05x 4.0 6sp 30/35, aussie front, 3.73's, r/c 4"x lift, adv adptr sye, shifter bracket, tw cv ds, 33 t/c skid, 33x12.5 dunlop mud rovers on steelies, psc sport cage/rockers, warn fr bump/steer and 30 diff skid, sirius,cb, hand throttle 1"bl/mml 265/16's pepboys at's on orig moabs for street. Lowrance H20c for gps
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I have the Rokmen gas skid, the JKS track bar and the JKS CV bracket mount along with a TT and 2.5" suspension lift - no rubbing.
Use loctite if you are concerned about loose bolts.

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