While you are re gearing sleeving the front axle and adding gussets to the c's would help keep the axle happier for awhile. Since the gussets need to be welded on and can melt or distort the factory plastic lined crappy ball joints new Synergy replacements could be installed at the same time. Other than that if you planned on adding a front or rear locker adding it with the regear would be cost effective as well.
Front end steering components on the JK are weak adding the leverage and weight of larger tires will exemplify this. A new drag link and tie rod will help , but are easily added after the above items as time or money allows. With the 2012 and up front driveline angles are an issue flexed out so consider a ds in the future. The exhaust crosspipe may also interfere with the stock driveline at droop. Exhaust spacers or an afe pipe may be needed depending on if you have a 2 or a 4dr.
What brand of shocks are planning on using with the TF kit?
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