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JKS Bar Pin Eliminator Cherokee XJ 1984-2001 (FREE FREIGHT TO LOWER 48)

  • $45.00


Front Lower Bar Pin Eliminator and Rear Upper Bar Pin Eliminator from JKS for the Cherokee XJ 1984-2001 is designed to work the opposite of conventional bar pins. The standard bar pin by most manufacturers provides no lateral support for the shock absorber bushings. This causes the bushings to distort due to the excessive movement between the parts instead of deflecting the impacts to the shock absorber. As the bushings lose the integrity, thumping and rattling sounds start up. In some instances, these noises can even be felt inside the jeep cabin.

You can order the Front Lower Bar Pin Eliminator and the Rear Upper Bar Pin Eliminator separately or Both together.

What you get in the JKS Bar Pin Eliminator:

  • Bar Pin Eliminator
  • Front Lower or Rear Upper or both (depends on what you ordered)
  • Heavy duty replacement for OE bar pin shock mount
  • Attaches directly to factory shock mount
  • Reduces static length of shock absorber 0.40 in
  • Solid steel construction
  • Zinc plated
  • Bolt-on
  • Pair

Detailed Description of the Bar Pin Eliminators for Cherokee XJ:

  • Heavy duty replacement for bar pin style shock mount prevents transfer of noise and vibration caused by bushing movement
  • Preloads shock absorber bushing to proper specifications for better performance and longevity
  • Bushing surfaces machined smooth for reduced friction and wear
  • Retains original mounting alignment to prevent stress on shock absorber and bushing
  • Provides almost 1/2 in. additional down travel at shock absorber
  • Zinc plated, premium grade steel components for corrosion resistance
  • Compatible with OE and aftermarket shock absorbers
  • Not compatible with Old Man Emu shock absorbers.

Watch this video by Kevin from Kevin's Offroad as he explains about Shock Loop Conversions.


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