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Yep! Do you have access to a welder or someone that can weld? If you don’t it’s ok. You can still run that bracket for a while without it being welded until you can get someone to run a bead along the bottom.does this kit have the correct bracket? CE-9123N-TJ-LJ-Johnny-Joint-Rear-Trac-Bar-w-RockJock-Housing-Bracket-Kit
Just as a data point for you, I have about 3 inches of lift and a Savvy tuck, and after adjusting the pinion angle, I needed shock relocation brackets because I could not get enough clearance for my can-down Rancho shocks after trimming the spring perches.imma stay around 3 inches of lift plus a TT later
I'm assuming you are buying all these parts to get rid of a transfer case drop and set yourself up for a tuck down the road?I'm conflicted
on one hand I really want to buy the best and the Currie track bar and bracket is the best
but on the other hand... I don't have money, and the JKS track bar and bracket is a good $200 cheaper, but still reliable
but I know its not the best
I'm going to be staying at 3" of lift, and I'll be doing a TT after the SSSYE, I don't do SUPER hard trails, but I would like the ability to be able to if I want to
do my circumstances warrant an expensive Currie track bar or should I settle for the cheaper JKS track bar?
should I really drop $200 extra for extra strength I may never need?
I don't have any sorta aftermarket gas tank skid, but I did raise my stock skid an inch by cutting and overlapping and reweldingKeep in mind, from what's been reported here, there's more in the Currie bar than just strength.
Do you have a gas tank skid? What price do you place on the time it might take you to create the clearance between the bar and the skid? $200 in the ballpark?
Well, many many people run them without problem. The other solutions are cutting the spring perch, which may or may not give you enough clearance, and cutting and rewelding your existing shock mounts, or welding on some new shock mounts. They do add leverage to the shock mounts, and the mounts do hang lower once you roll the pinion.