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New front and rear adjustable track bars for the Jeep Wrangler JL

Rancho®’s NEW HD Adjustable Track Bars (front and rear) work on suspension systems from 2- to 4.5-inches and allow you to center your Jeep® JL’s front axle in the proper position. The D2 synthetic, high-articulation bushings in the Track Bar deliver superior dampening plus improved ride and handling characteristics. The D2 bushing has a firmer inner bearing material and a softer outer material to dampen noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH).

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