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JKS Manufacturing Front Adjustable Track Bar - OGS123


Front Adjustable Track Bar (OGS123)
JKS Manufacturing is now offering adjustable front track bars for the Jeep Wrangler JL, Unlimited JL, and the Gladiator JT. These are the same stout track bars that come standard in the newly released Jspec suspension systems for Wrangler JL, now available separately as an upgrade compatible with most lift kits on the market. This adjustable track bar allows you to control lateral movement of the front axle and recenter the axle under the vehicle at a wide range of lift heights.

The heavy-duty design comes from the 1.5" OD thick wall DOM tube construction that has been specially formed to correct geometry as well as maintain clearances under the front of your JL. It features fine threads and a 1.5u201d jam nut for precise adjustments and the ability to lock in the length. Both ends feature premium-grade, durometer specific rubber bushings to ensure long-lasting performance that is designed to isolate NVHs.

This heavy-duty track bar is designed to be used with 0-4.5" lifts and is compatible with most lifts on the market that use an OE-style mounting point. It comes finished in a durable gloss black powder coat along with a zinc-plated end for superior corrosion protection. Upgrade your Gladiator JT or Wrangler JLu2019s front track bar with this heavy-duty replacement from JKS Manufacturing.

Superior strength to replace original fixed-length track bar
Variable length design properly aligns axle housing with chassis and prevents undue stress on related components
Built from high strength 1.5 OD thick wall DOM tubing formed to correct geometry and clearance
Durometer specific rubber bushings preinstalled and ready to install right out of the box
Durable gloss black powder coat finish with zinc plated end.

Year Make Model: 2020 Jeep Gladiator JT
Year Make Model: 2020 Jeep Wrangler JL
Year Make Model: 2019 Jeep Wrangler JL
Year Make Model: 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL

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