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Jeep XJ Cherokee Track Bar 1987 - 2001 XJ/MJ

Imagine a fully adjustable Jeep XJ Cherokee track bar that eliminates the weak/worn stock upper tie rod end and will allow for AMAZING amounts of droop and tighten up your steering responsiveness at the same time.  The KOR Adjustable Trackbar is an essential upgrade to any lifted Jeep® still using the OE trackbar. The length is easily adjusted to perfectly center the axle housing beneath the vehicle. Unlike relocation brackets, our Adjustable Trackbar is compatible with virtually any suspension system and allows constant changes as vehicle modifications require. This kit includes a modified upper track bar mount and the highest quality...

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Jeep JK Wrangler Front Track Bar Brace

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 problem on both the front and rear axle housings.  Our Jeep JK Wrangler Front Track Bar Brace is a highly effective and economical...

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Jeep JK Wrangler Heavy Duty Tie Rod 2007-2018

Have you bent your JK's stock tie rod?  Tired of smacking it on rocks and other trail obstacles?  We've come up with yet another creative solution for you, with parts you simply can't find anywhere else. 

Check out our Hard-KOR Jeep JK Wrangler Heavy Duty Tie Rod! The design...

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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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Shock Loop Conversion...Good Idea, or Bad...? (Video)

Shock Loop Conversion. Back in the day, very few manufacturers actually made shocks long enough for the TJs, XJs, ZJs etc. Anybody running, say more than 3-4inches worth of Lift basically, were stuck trying to use the loop-loop configured shocks instead of the factory stem-mounted at the top, loop at the bottom configuration that you would find in the previous TJ, XJ, ZJ type models.

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