Ideal mounting height of aftermarket 3 link suspension system
Truss spans approximately 26.5"
Interlocked 10 gauge thick dimple died gussets
Fits 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK w/ a JK Rear 44 Axle
Artec Rear Axle Truss. A broken axle is one of the off-roader's worst nightmares. Artec has come up with a solution to this problem with the rear axle truss. What they offer is a heavy duty truss system designed to take serious abuse and reinforce your axle. Using CNC technology, you get a precision cut truss that will fit your vehicle.
Adding Structural Integrity. Artec created a low profile that leaves the axle stronger, sleeker and less likely to interfere with other vehicle components. This rear axle truss provides a flat surface to mount upper control arms in a 4-link set up. The 1/4" thick truss top will strengthen the axle and delivers a low profile link mounting surface. The base truss itself spans about 26.5 inches across the center of axle.
Installation. In order to have this Rear Axle Truss by Artec Industries installed, general welding and fabrication skills will be required.
Application. The Artec Industries Rear Axle Truss will work with all 2007-2018 Wrangler JKs equipped with JK Rear 44 Axle. Trimming is required for fitment on other centered rear 44 axles.
Please Note. The Jeep JK Rear 44 has a 16.375" centered differential housing and 3.25" axle tube diameter. Other 44 application will have different measurements and diameters. Check your axle measurements prior to ordering to ensure proper fitment.
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Liz F, 2013 Jeep Wrangler JKQuality and Training Analyst I have always loved the outdoors and with my camping experiences, it brought me into the Jeep world. It has always been a dream to own a Wrangler of my own and recently I was able to acquire one of my own! We’ve already been off roading and camping, and each time I come up with a new mod to do when ...