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    Track bar recommendations

    Any recommendations on track bars? Bushings in my factory front are shot. Debating going factory again or going to a “cheaper” adjustable one like rancho. At the same time might do the rear as well. Opinions are welcome
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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    Any recommendations on track bars? Bushings in my factory front are shot. Debating going factory again or going to a “cheaper” adjustable one like rancho. At the same time might do the rear as well. Opinions are welcome
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheaffadelic View Post
    Teraflex?...
    I want my jeep to be able to go down the road......
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    I went with synergy adjustables to get my axles centered. Only about 20k on them but great so far


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    Replaced my front recently with Crown. Old style bushing. Mine is a 2011 like yours. Has the weaker style bushing. 07-10 I think is the stronger style bushings.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    I went with synergy adjustables to get my axles centered. Only about 20k on them but great so far


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    Ok thanks! I was thinking about them as well.
    Quote Originally Posted by A.J. View Post
    Replaced my front recently with Crown. Old style bushing. Mine is a 2011 like yours. Has the weaker style bushing. 07-10 I think is the stronger style bushings.


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    Yea I remember Eddie mentioning that the bushing style was different in those years as well. Might have to consider the crowns just for something cheap if that’s the case. Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    I want my jeep to be able to go down the road......
    I mentioned that to you once..... Tire fell off....
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    I see a lot of mention for Johnny joints for control arms. Why isn’t the same style pushed for track bars?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Masjkf84 View Post
    I see a lot of mention for Johnny joints for control arms. Why isn’t the same style pushed for track bars?
    I had a front track bar in my jk which used a fk heim joint. Noisy as hell. No experience with a Johnny joint on a track bar, but rubber ones are so quiet

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    I will give a shot to Core 4x4 when my time comes.JJ on both ends


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