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    Lift parts

    Looking for a couple pieces if anyone has a used set they aren't using. This is for a 3inch lift.
    Front and rear trackbar relocation brackets
    Extended brake lines
    Extended sway bar links

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSJKU11 View Post
    Looking for a couple pieces if anyone has a used set they aren't using. This is for a 3inch lift.
    Front and rear trackbar relocation brackets
    Extended brake lines
    Extended sway bar links

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    I have rear brake line brackets if they would work for you


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    I have rear brake line brackets if they would work for you


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    Thanks for the offer. I didn't think about brackets. No issues with a 3 inch lift? Any added benefit for going straight to new extended lines as far as articulation goes?

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    I have some old rock krawler sway bar links (2) sitting around no idea if they will adjust after sitting so long and don't have bolts for them if your interested

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    Quote Originally Posted by desertrunner View Post
    I have some old rock krawler sway bar links (2) sitting around no idea if they will adjust after sitting so long and don't have bolts for them if your interested

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    12' 2dr Gecko Sport 6 speed
    PR44, ARBs, 4.88s, 35 spline rear, Adams 1350 Front & Rear, Rubi T-case, Rubi sway bar + Evo no limits, Evo armor & skids, 37/13.50" Cooper STT Pro, Evo 2" plush / OME med duty springs

    ***SOLD*** 08' JKU Rubicon 6-speed Stone White, 3.5" RK lift, 37" KM2s and lots more.
    ***CURRENT DD*** 16' F150

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    Quote Originally Posted by desertrunner View Post
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    Will they fit on the rear?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSJKU11 View Post
    Will they fit on the rear?

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    I believe front and rear don’t make much of a difference since some lift kits will have you swap the front links to the rear...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSJKU11 View Post
    Will they fit on the rear?

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    I apologize did nobody else read this differently?


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    Quote Originally Posted by desertrunner View Post
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    Sent you a pm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jsouder53 View Post
    I believe front and rear don’t make much of a difference since some lift kits will have you swap the front links to the rear...
    That's true. I see they were quick disconnects, didn't know if they were different somehow.

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