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Jeep Wheel Spacers JK, WJ, WK, WK2, & XK

Have you put taller tires on your Jeep to get extra ground clearance, only to find that your new tires now rub on your control arms and body panels?  If so, then you need our Jeep Wheel Spacers! These 6061T6 aluminum spacers are 1.5” thick, set to a 5 on 5" bolt pattern, and in addition, each wheel spacer is wheel and hub centric for a perfect fit.  These wheel spacers are an easy way of pushing out your taller front tires to keep them from rubbing on your control arms and body panels during turns.  Add them to your rear wheels to keep them in...

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Jeep JK Wrangler Rear Track Bar Brace 2007-2018

The 2007+ Jeep Wrangler (JK), is an improvement over previous models, however it does have it's faults.  The inadequate bracing of the factory track bar brackets is just one particularly troublesome problem.  A startling number of Jeeps, both modified as well as stock, have been disabled on the trail when the factory track bar bracket separated from the axle housing.  JK owners have reported this...

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Dodge Wobble | Death Wobble and How To Fix It - Death Wobble Causes

 Dodge Wobble : How To Fix Your Own Case Of Dodge Death Wobble As you have already found out, "Dodge Wobble" (also known as Ram Death Wobble ) is the horrible front end vibration that starts when one tire (usually the right tire first) hits a groove or bump in the pavement somewhere around 40~50mph.  Dodge Wobble is quite possibly the worst possible downside to having a coil-sprung front suspension on a vehicle with a track bar or panhard bar.  Among the vehicles affected by this design are the Dodge Ram 1500,  Dodge 2500, and Dodge 3500 (and also include Jeep...

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Driveline Vibration and How To Cure It on Lifted Jeeps

Driveline Vibration and How To Cure It on Lifted Jeeps

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Front Bumper Trimming

[et_pb_section bb_built="1" admin_label="section"][et_pb_row admin_label="row" background_position="top_left" background_repeat="repeat" background_size="initial"][et_pb_column type="4_4"][et_pb_text admin_label="Text" _builder_version="3.0.51" background_layout="light" text_orientation="left" border_style="solid"] Front bumper trimming, by Kevin Fell Ok, here's the deal with trimming your bumpers: It's easy...really easy...you just have to have a little bit of confidence when you cut into your fresh bumper fascia. Here's some things to help your self-confidence level before you start. Also, if you start trimming VERY small amounts at a time, you'll get a feel for how the process works, and then you can stop when you think you have a good amount of clearance and a good straight line. Here are...

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