Sorry but JKS sells a trackbar for 0-3.5'' lifts and warns nobody about anything!!I repeat that i have a 2.5'' OME with 0.25'' spacers up front and a dana30 with factory diff cover and it hits.So in my book JKS is to blame and they should at least come forward and post an apologie in this GREAT thread .
good luck with that... the jj end needs to coped and welded to the outside of the joint, otherwise, you need about 2" of bumpstops to prevent it from hitting...
IMHO, diff covers only make the problem worse. Unless you use one that only covers the bottom portion on the diff.
One of these days I will make my modifications to my trackbar and help provide a solution. When I get the time and gumption.
this is one I made to fit the jks, RE, ft, and stock track bars.. it relocates the bar 2" forward, welds to the frame and bolts to the stock track bar mount..
Ill post some pics of a set up that i know works. You have to relocate the front track bar bracket. Ill post some pics when I get back home. Didnt want to do this till i got my 44 but oh well.
currie is a good place to start.... unless you can fab up your own. or just re do the jj end of the jks..
Im unaware of the 0-3.5", but I am aware of the 1-3" which is the OGS 126. JKS warns against the dana 30 with an aftermarket diff, so that means you have another issue. Have you lengthened your wheelbase via front adjustable control arms? How bout your caster, what is it?
setting proper caster actually tilts the differential pinion down and away from the front end components. in other words, the upper arms get shortened.