WJ Grand Cherokee Installation Instruction Guides by KevinsOffroad | Jan 1, 2006 | Installation Guides | 28 comments(If you have questions or a comment… post it below, and we’ll answer you ASAP!) 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Log in to Reply dave on December 6, 2013 at 11:21 am I own a ’04 JGC SE 4WD and want to replace the track bar bushings, but can’t find just the bushings , its always the whole track bar. Do you have just the bushings for the track bar?Thanks Dave Log in to Reply Tom Harlow on December 1, 2013 at 7:25 pm About two years ago I installed the death wobble kit in my Jeep WJ. It cured the problem, thanks so much. Recently I’ve developed a “clunk” sound when I turn my steering wheel either direction (occurs at the start of the turn). It appears to be coming from the JKS adjustable track bar. I have an extra set of the polyurethane bushings and can replace them, but I was wondering if anyone else has reported this. I’ll check the torque settings on the bolts but won’t get a chance for a while. Comments appreciated.Thanks, Tom Log in to Reply Kevin on November 14, 2013 at 7:18 pm Hey there, TJ. We’re slowly working through our Install Instructions, fixing missing info.Essentially, the all-thread gets a nut and washer, then inserts through the slotted hole, from the top down. On the UNDERSIDE of the carrier, it’s going to get another washer and nut. Adjust the upper nut so that the tip of the all-thread is flush with the LOWER nut, and tighten it down. Repeat for the other piece of all-thread, leaving it loose (until you place the tire over it), and you’ll now have two pieces of all thread sticking upwards. Place the tire (ouside down, inside up) over the two pieces of all-thread, and adjust the loose one in or out, until it fits your hole pattern on your wheel. Tighten it down in place, then add two flat washers over the ends of the all-thread, then tighten it down with two nuts. Make sure to leave the valve stem on either the left or the right side of the Jeep, so that you can fill it without removing the tire. Log in to Reply TJ Norton on November 14, 2013 at 1:37 pm Installing the tire carrier on the 2000 WJ and have everything done but can find anywhere that says how to attach the tire. I have the two bolts 6 nuts and washers. Just looking for an order on how they all go. Thanks Log in to Reply Shawn Davis on October 24, 2013 at 2:46 pm Hello,Do you have install instructions for KOR-7102 the WJ t-case skid plate?? Log in to Reply Rob - KOR Customer Service on September 23, 2013 at 11:08 am Mark,Thanks for your feedback on the installation sheet. The placement of the spacer nut is correct in the instruction sheet is correct. The large ‘spacer’ nut should be between the clamp and the shock cylinder. We will correct the errors in the instruction sheet as quickly as possible.Regards,Rob KOR Staff Log in to Reply Mark Snowdon on September 20, 2013 at 7:08 pm I bought the OME SD40 steering stabilizer for my WJ along with your hardware kit. I noticed that your install instructions have several errors. I actually found Beavis’ original instructions on JeepsUnlimited.com forum and those make more sense. Some of the errors in your document are: 1. You have a question mark where the size of the hole in the clamp needs to be drilled out (which is 1/2″). 2. You mention prying the metal mount apart twice in a row (obvious typo). 3. Your instructions have the 5/8″ spacer nut going on the long bolt after its already through the tie-rod clamp (which is wrong), while you previously instructed to put the 5/8″ spacer nut on before the clamp (which is the correct placement). So basically your instructions are using the same spacer nut in 2 different locations. 4. Lastly you mention hand tightening the hardware “to keep the parts from falling out” and then tighten the large end of the stabilizer to spec. This is confusing because the end you just hand tightened IS the large end. The small end is what is connected to the metal mount. Log in to Reply Bill Wing on March 7, 2013 at 7:08 am I have a 2001 Grand Cherokee Limited. Would like to install your Hard-Kor transfer case skid plate, but I have a Rough Country 4″ lift kit so my transfer case is dropped down 1 1/4″. Will the skid plate fit? Bill PS: You cured my death wobble with your stabilizer kit. Thanks a million. Log in to Reply Rob - KOR Customer Service on February 28, 2013 at 5:28 pm Jimmy,I emailed you links to the install guides, and we will get the link on our site fixed.Thanks,Rob KOR Staff Log in to Reply Jimmy on February 28, 2013 at 4:44 pm Hello, you link to installing front adjustable control arms isn’t working.Thanks, Jimmy Log in to Reply kevin on August 31, 2011 at 4:35 pm The only reason why it WON’T work on a stock-height vehicle, is because the thickness of the beefier track bar we include, rubs slightly on the differential cover when you hit bumps. This can be remedied at least three different ways:1) You can shorten the control arms by 1/4″ in length, and that should alleviate the problem completely. 2) You can tap the cover inward about 1/8″ where it rubs, so that it clears the track bar. There is nothing but air behind this portion of the differential cover, so there is no worries about it contacting anything rotating on the inside of the differential. 3) The bar can be lengthened slightly longer (1/4″ usually does it) than it’s “proper” length, which will move the axle to the passenger side slightly, allowing the differential cover to move upward/downward without contacting the big, beefy track bar. Your alignment will need to be reset after the install ANYWAY, irrespective of whether you lengthen the track bar or not, and this will NOT negatively affect the alignment of the Jeep. Log in to Reply kevin on August 31, 2011 at 4:34 pm Odd…not sure what the story is, but I’ll fix it tomorrow. In the interim, here’s the JKS Manufacturing install instructions: http://www.kevinsoffroad.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/install_atb_pnogs125_1261.pdf Log in to Reply Don on August 30, 2011 at 3:39 pm Also, I don’t have a lift on my WJ yet, it’s completely stock. I see that the JKS bar is for 1″-6″ lift. Can it be installed without the lift in place (since I got the second SS for that size track bar). I plan on doing the lift in the next few months. Log in to Reply Don on August 30, 2011 at 1:43 pm Kevin, I purchased the KOR-9902-WJ ‘Death Wobble’ kit. I found the install instructions for the two SS’s, but when I click on the link to the instructions for the WJ-Front-Track-Bar-Install Guide it comes up with a mostly blank document. Any way you could update the document with the install instructions? Log in to Reply kevin on August 3, 2011 at 7:52 am Actually, Andrew, the website talks about ordering up the KOR-1199 kit, which is the same as the KOR-1189-S kit, without sleeves and bolts. The kit you purchased will work fine…just don’t use the sleeves and bolts.Our install guides are all listed here: http://www.kevinsoffroad.com/installation-guides/ Log in to Reply Andrew on July 26, 2011 at 7:16 pm Hey Kevin,So I have your 2.75″ lift kit installed on my 02 WJ and i am experiencing sevre death wobble. So i purchased your secondary stabilizer kit and the KOR 1189 kit. Due to me having a JKS track bar already installed. From what I understand I needed to purchase this kit instead of the 1199. Did I purchase the correct parts and if so where do I find instal directions.I plan to use a ome stabilizer in addition to my primary steering stabilizer which is also new on the kit. I’ve had it installed now for about six months. Is there anything i missed or need in addition to what ive already purchased. Log in to Reply kevin on June 27, 2011 at 10:14 am Sorry for the delay in answering, Doug. The notification of your post was lost, and I didn’t see it in the “to be answered” bin until now.The KOR-2012 kit is indeed for the Secondary Stabilizer The KOR-1002 kit is for the primary. The unmarked bag of four black bushings is indeed the KOR-1199 kit, and should be used in place of the red bushings The stabilizers are all the same. The numbers are manufacturing batch numbers, just in case there’s ever a problem from the manufacturer, we know who got what that way. Log in to Reply Doug Specht on June 11, 2011 at 12:33 pm Hi Kevin, Just want some clarification here. (First time Install on the ’99 WJ)Is the KOR-2012 kit and the two 1.25 clamps for the Secondary Steering Stabilizer?Is the KOR-1002 kit for the Primary Steering Stabilizer?There was a bag with four black bushings and two tubes of lube and was not marked. Is that the KOR-1199 kit and should these bushings be used in the JKS-127 Track Bar instead of the red (p/n 7087R) ones that were supplied with the OGS127 kit?The Stabilizers have a number stamped on them (Part number?) also the numbers on one and a different number on the other. (Serial number?) Does it make any difference which one get installed as Primary or Secondary?Thanks in advance, Doug Log in to Reply kevin on May 16, 2011 at 12:20 pm Here is a link to the install instructions for the Hard-KOR WJ Grand Cherokee Clayton – style skid plate, Travis:http://kevinsoffroad.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/KOR-7192-Install-Guide.pdf Log in to Reply Travis woods on May 15, 2011 at 12:22 pm Hey Kevin, My wj Clayton underbelly skid plate came in with no Instructions. Looking at the pic it’s 3 bolts into the subframe connectors on each side. Where do the other four go? I’m thinking through the cross member but not sure. Skid plate look great l btw. Log in to Reply kevin on February 7, 2011 at 2:52 pm Here’s a link to the install instructions, Jim: http://kevinsoffroad.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/KOR-9302-A-Arm-Spacer-Install-Guide.pdf Log in to Reply Jim Grooms on February 5, 2011 at 8:14 am Hi Kevin got my T/C skid , sway bar discos and A arm spacer, But not sure about the rear a arm spacer as it has no instructions and there is no instructions on your website . also it looks nothing like the one pictured on your site nd the one pictured looks like a front trackbar bracket you have pictured elsewhere . I have,nt been under my wj to see how it goes on as we have a lot of snow and i have no garage please send me a photo of a rear a arm relocation bracket for a wj and some instructions so i can ensure that i have the right part Thanks Jim ps haven’t got any parts installed yet but they all look to be top quality Log in to Reply Mike on January 28, 2011 at 4:59 am Thanks…I was under the impression, based on the picture, that there was more to the KOR-1012 than just sleeves and bolts. I thought there was some type of bracket, based on that pic. Is it in fact just different-sized sleeves and bolts?? Log in to Reply kevin on January 27, 2011 at 9:31 am Mike: I’m not sure that we ever made any for this kit, but it’s really simple. Just remove the shock from it’s upper and lower mount bolts, remove the existing sleeves, install our new sleeves, and re-install the shock with our new bolts that come in the kit. Done, and done!Kevin Log in to Reply Mike on January 26, 2011 at 4:14 am I just purchased KOR-1012 for my WJ, and do not see the installation instructions posted on the website. Will you please point me to the guide, or is this included with the product?Thank you – Mike, IL Log in to Reply kevin on October 22, 2010 at 11:51 am Bruce: All of our install instructions are located here: http://kevinsoffroad.com/category/installation-guides/The one you’re looking for specifically is located here: http://www.kevinsoffroad.com/wj/wjinstalls/installwjbb.html Log in to Reply Bruce Dexter on October 21, 2010 at 4:49 pm Hello there. I had a question on the install of your BFYB WJ 2.75 kit. Are there any instructions posted? Couldn’t find any. I’ve done lifts on CJ’s, YJ’s, XJ’s and ZJ’s. So I have a good idea on how it should go. Just want to make sure that i don’t miss anything or if there are any tips. that I should know about. Not sure how A arm spacer goes. My guess it goes on top of axle, take out 3 bolts and slide it in, then bolt back down with longer bolts included. Also the rear shock adapter so you dont get the clunk.Thanks, B. Dexter Log in to ReplySubmit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.