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post #1531 of 1784 Old 03-18-2013, 02:51 PM
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Okay so I have been following this crazy thread and now I dont know if I want to put a lift on my jeep if all its going to do is open this can of worms you
guys keep going back amd fourth about on here I was just going to do rc 3.25 but now I am not sure
Don't buy their crap track bar ,reuse your stock track bar with a stock diff cover and you will be fine. There is no reason to be scared.

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What if I run a rubi exp
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Track bar sorry
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What if I run a rubi exp
Same crappy bends.
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edit: Never mind, I misunderstood your abbreviations
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OK so what should I use I am not trying to drill the extra hole
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Don't buy their crap track bar ,reuse your stock track bar with a stock diff cover and you will be fine. There is no reason to be scared.
UM...Who's "crap track bar" would that be? "Reuse the stock TB"?! I can't tell you how many times I noodled my stock track bar. I got sick of pulling it back in line every time I got home from a good day on the rocks. And i went through a couple dif. covers as well. This was the exact reason i decided to beef them both up. I switched to Currie and Riddler a year ago and haven't touched either one since, except for servicing and re touching with a rattle can. Both components are damn near indestructible! Agreed, there is no reason to be scared. Go ahead and lift it. 4" is plenty IMHO. So you (may) need 2"+/- of bump stop. Not the end of the world.

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I dont have the coin for that size lift sye driveshaft ucas and all thst I am just trying to run 32 maybe 33
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I dont have the coin for that size lift sye driveshaft ucas and all thst I am just trying to run 32 maybe 33
I see. Well in that case just mod your fenders and do a 1-2" body lift.

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UM...Who's "crap track bar" would that be? "Reuse the stock TB"?! I can't tell you how many times I noodled my stock track bar. I got sick of pulling it back in line every time I got home from a good day on the rocks. And i went through a couple dif. covers as well. This was the exact reason i decided to beef them both up. I switched to Currie and Riddler a year ago and haven't touched either one since, except for servicing and re touching with a rattle can. Both components are damn near indestructible! Agreed, there is no reason to be scared. Go ahead and lift it. 4" is plenty IMHO. So you (may) need 2"+/- of bump stop. Not the end of the world.

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If you had been reading his post I was responding to you would see that would be rough country; ). Most here would agree that the stock track bar is better then 99.9% of the aftermarket bars out there.

Why do you assume everyone else is going to be playing on the rocks? The vast majority of people on this forum will never see anything more difficult then some sand, mud, or forest trails.

He also stated he wanted the 3.25" rc lift, nothing about 4"!
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OK so what should I use I am not trying to drill the extra hole
Either of the Currie track bars may clear? Jks 126 will with steering mods.
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I dont have the coin for that size lift sye driveshaft ucas and all thst I am just trying to run 32 maybe 33
Look at the 3.75" combination lift over the 3.25" and add a 1" motor mount lift.
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Ok so ni one is telling me option to go with by not drilling hole
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Ok backtracking jks 126 what steering mods
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I am currious as to why I do not have contact on mine. Since my profile is for my other Jeep: Rubicon Express TB, Solid Diff cover, no drop bracket or pitman arm, LP 30, Savvy control arms, Rock Crawler steering, and Antirock. I run no bump stop extensions. Just wondering why my heep would be a bit of an exception
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