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post #1 of 15 Old 02-05-2020, 12:54 AM Thread Starter
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Upper Control Arm info

Hi all,

I would like to know if I can to fit the adjustable front upper front control arm of the W rangler TJ to 2002 WJ 4.7 V8 H.O.
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post #2 of 15 Old 02-05-2020, 08:16 AM
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DM Kolak he probably has access to dimensions of both and can give you an answer. I bet they're pretty close though.
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Thank you LuthWJ77

hopefully Kolak will read my message and reply.....

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Hi,

159 views and no response....
too technical question ?
apart from Mr. Kolak has anyone ever addressed the problem ?
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Do you already have the arms? If so, what brand are they?

Is your WJ lifted or stock height?

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Thank you Kolak

control arms homemade, but I wanted to fit the double adjuster for caster adjustment
+2,5" lift

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What sort of bushings/joints are you using in the arms you made?

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Classics rubber bushing

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Those should work just fine on the WJ. The front upper WJ arms interchange with the TJ/XJ/ZJ easily, assuming you're using stock style rubber bushings.

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Thank you Kolak
so for example the RK00124 Rock Krawler could be perfect ?


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I'm confused... I thought you said you had made your own arms? And that they had rubber bushings?

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so for example the RK00124 Rock Krawler could be perfect ?


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I'm confused... I thought you said you had made your own arms? And that they had rubber bushings?
they are home made, but I didn't build them ....
I would like to buy Rock Krawler which are certainly of better quality ....
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Well I've seen a lot worse than those homemade arms! Why not give them a try?

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Well I've seen a lot worse than those homemade arms! Why not give them a try?

Seriously! If you dont want those "homemade" arms, then i do!

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Well I've seen a lot worse than those homemade arms! Why not give them a try?

in fact it is exactly what I would like to do ....
buy and to fit the RK00124 Rock Krawlers for Wrangler TJ


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