This is the Heavy Duty GenRight Front Trac Bar ONLY (mounting brackets sold separately).
This product is still considered part of our "builders" product line, since it requires the end user to properly cut it to size and weld in the threaded bung for the Heim rod end on the axle side.
The Trac Bar is designed to keep the front axle under the Jeep. This part number has the Johnny Joint pre-welded on one end of the trac bar. This is the same trac bar included in our front 3 link kit and the same parts we have reliably run on our GenRight Jeeps for years!
This particular kit was designed to lengthen the trac bar to eliminate bump steer and elevate the trac bar to match the drag link on a vehicle with Hi-Steer. This can be achieved by using our FSM-1013 axle side & FSM-1004 TJ frame side trac bar mounts. Therefore this part is NOT recommended for use with the stock crossover (or "Y" link) type steering linkages.
Since this kit is extremely heavy duty it is a recommended upgrade if you are running hydro assist or full hydraulic steering on your vehicle.
Heavy Duty Kit FEATURES:
- Trac Bar is 1-3/8" diameter x .188" wall D.O.M. tube.
- Johnny Joint is TIG welded onto the frame side of the trac bar (2-5/8" wide) which uses 9/16" diameter bolt.
- CrMo FK Brand HRSMX Heim 7/8" shank with a 3/4" diameter bore.
- 7/8-14 weld-in threaded bung.
- 7/8-14 Jam nut.
- Although this kit is sold as a pre-welded kit, it still requires welding to properly attach these components together before it can be used on a vehicle.
- This kit requires cutting the tube to fit your vehicle. Then weld in the threaded bung for the Heim end of the trac bar.
- Only one end of this part number is pre-welded with the Johnny Joint on it.
- For optimal length and no bump steer you should match the drag link and trac bar lengths to best match your vehicles axle width.
- Designed to be universal and will work with our 3 link but can be adapted to work with other radius arm or 4 link suspension kits.
- Once installed, you MUST cycle the front suspension and steering (in all possible combinations & directions) to make sure NONE of the steering or suspension components will bind or otherwise collide with each other. DO NOT exceed the range of motion which would damage the steering or suspension components and could cause a failure resulting in a loss of steering control!