June 23, 2008I am thinking about 4 linking the rear of the CJ, any thoughs? Any references? Sites? Ideas?
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June 24, 2008I know somebody that recently did this and loves it.
GenRight has a good kit, but there are several out there and I''ve seen huge differences in price.
June 24, 2008I am getting ready to do mine as well. Poly Perfomance has a kick ass kit. Oh and I know who Eric is talking about too! I actually saw that rig is person and it performed awsome
June 24, 2008You want nice beefy lowers that start about 36" long so you can cut them down. The brackets for the frame mount points are most important.
Everything else is basically the same.
June 24, 2008web references? I want to move the rear axle back again and a kit might not work.
June 24, 2008You can get longer arms as well as locate the brackets where you want them. The kits just come with the brackets, joints, tubing and you do the rest
June 24, 2008Since I don''t think the galleries are working here.....
Click on Jeep Buildup
Click on Rear Goes in
Some of the pics are corrupt, but there are some good shots of the brackets and how they mount. You can locate the axle anywhere you want with one of these. Here is the link for genrights kit:
June 24, 2008that kit looks like a good deal......no having to order all the stuff you forget.
if your just going after parts individually......
ballistic fabrication makes good stuff at a decent price
blue torch fab does as well
June 24, 2008
All good products.
June 24, 2008Thanks guys, thats a good start. Any good sites to help figure the geometry?
June 25, 2008man the genright kit looks like the way to go, but 1300.00 smackers and coil overs are 1200.00. arr.......2500.00, not happening right now. That equals to what, about 15 gallons of diesel?
June 25, 2008Not diesel, but I bet 15 gallons of Channel #5 is that much....LOL
What do you mean by geometry? Not much to figure out. Once you have the axle positioned where you want and it''s square, then get the pinion where you want it, get the frame brackets tacked and just figure out the length of your arms. Every one of my control arms ended up being slightly different sizes. I''m sure if you were real careful and anal about measurements you could get right and left to equal each other, but it is not required.
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