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How to Install ReadyLIFT Front Adjustable Track Bar for 0-4 in. Lift (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK) on your Jeep Wrangler

Installation Time

60 minutes

Tools Required
  • Socket Wrench with 21mm Socket
  • Open Ended Wrench: 21mm
  • Large Tongue-and-Grove Pliers
  • Breaker Bar
  • Wheel Chocks
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Installation Notes: Not required but strongly recommended. Take your Jeep® to get an alignment once you’ve installed the new ReadyLIFT Front Adjustable Track Bar.


Before Install

Installation Instructions:


1. Place wheel chocks behind the back tires and remove the passenger side factory front track bar bolt attached to the axle bracket with a Socket Wrench and a 21mm socket. There is a capture nut on the back of the track bar bolt. Note that you may need to remove the passenger side front tire and use a breaker bar to break this bolt
free.


2. Remove the driver side factory front track bar bolt attached to the body bracket with a Socket Wrench and a 21mm socket and an Open Ended 21mm wrench on the nut. May need to use a breaker bar to break this bolt/nut free.


3. Lay the factory track bar above the ReadyLIFT Front Adjustable Track Bar and measure from the passenger side metal bushing to the driver side metal bushing. Transfer this measurement to the ReadyLIFT Front Adjustable Track Bar, and loosely tighten the jam nut the orange arrow is pointing to below.


4. Place the ReadyLIFT Front Adjustable Track Bar into the body bracket and slide the factory 21mm bolt through to the other side and screw on the 21mm nut. Do not tighten yet.


5. Place the passenger side of the track bar into the axle bracket and slide the 21mm factory bolt through and screw into the capture nut. With the Jeep® on the ground under its own weight. Torque the body bolt and the axle bolt to 125-foot pounds. Using a Tongue-and-Grove Pliers. Tighten the jam nut as tight as you can.


Important Note: If you removed the tires from the Jeep®. You will need to torque the lug nuts to factory spec of 95-foot pounds per the factory manual.

After Install

Installation Instructions Written by ExtremeTerrain Customer Brian Voelzke 10/27/2018