Free Shipping on Orders Over $75. Details

Talk to Wrangler Enthusiasts
Everyday 8:30AM EST - 11:00PM EST
Win $5,000 For Your Wrangler Enter Daily

Rough Country Front Control Arm Geometry Correction Brackets (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK)

Market Price $114.94 You Save 13% ($14.99)
Our Price

$99.95 (pair)

FREE Shipping

  • Item J102362
  • MPN# 110600

Will this fit your Wrangler?

In Stock Ships same business day.
Ship to: Ashburn - 20149
Sorry, please enter a valid US or CA postal code
We're sorry, zip can't be updated at this time.
    Create a list
    Add to New List

    Saved - View your saved items

    We're sorry. We couldn't save this product at this time.

    Features, Videos & Details

    • Provides Stock Like Angle
    • Reduces Amount of Force on Control Arms
    • Improves Ride Quality
    • Corrects Caster without Needing Cam-Bolts
    • Lifetime Replacement Warranty
    • Bolt on Installation
    • For 3.5-4 Inch Lifts with Stock Arms
    • Can Be Used with RC's 6 Inch Short Arm Lift Kits
    • Designed for 2007-2018 Wrangler JK Models

    Review & Installation Video

    Hey, guys. I'm Ryan from, and today we have a 2016 Black Bear Edition JKU. Now, this Jeep had a couple of mods on it, but we took care of the big ones. Let me walk you through the build. When putting together the list of materials for this build, we wanted something that would be able to take on the trails on the weekend but also still be a daily driver. We knew we wanted to put 35s under it, and we would need enough lift to accommodate those, but we didn't want to completely break the bank. I think what we ended up with is a really good mix of both form and function, all without completely destroying our budget. So with that in mind, we decided to go with the Teraflex 3-inch Lift Kit with Shocks. We like this lift kit because it's really, really complete. It has everything you need to get the Jeep lifted and back on the road, from brake lines to bump stop extensions to your sway bar disconnects. It's literally everything. The only thing you might want to add would be a front adjustable track bar, but it's definitely not necessary. It's just something you can add if you want to completely re-center that front axle. Now we went with the 3-inch because we wanted to fit 35s under this Jeep. We needed some additional clearance for that. Now, flat fenders help and we'll talk about those in a minute. This lift install is just like any other lift kit, and it really went on very easy. The first thing you'll have to do is support the Jeep from the frame so that you can remove or disconnect anything that keeps the axle from completely drooping. Once the axle is drooped, you can remove the springs, the shocks, all of those other components, put in the new stuff, and put it all back together. This lift kit is a little less expensive than some of the other ones on the market, but the nice thing about a lift is that you can always upgrade. You can change things like shocks and control arms as your needs see fit. Any time you're lifting your Jeep in the 3 to 3 ½ inch range, you are going to throw off some of that factory geometry. Things like your castor and your pinion angle, they're going to change, and that's something you might notice going down the road with a little bit of a flighty feel where the steering wheel doesn't want to center itself like it did when it was stock. Now, there are a couple of different ways to fix that, one of those being control arms, but they can be expensive so with the budget in mind, we decided to go with these Rough Country Control Arm Geometry Brackets, and what they do is lower the mounting points and put the upper and lower control arms to get those specs a little closer to stock. Now, the only drawback to brackets like this you can see right here. You will lower your ground clearance a little bit, so depending on what you plan on doing with your Jeep, that might be a drawback, it might not be. But for the money you save over control arms, a lot of people would say it's worth it. There are some additional benefits to control arms as far as articulation from better joints, so we have both options on the website. You really have to decide which is best for you and for your build. We knew we wanted 35-inch tires on this Jeep so we decided to go with a set of 315/75-16s which is roughly the metric equivalent. As far as wheels, we went with the Mammoth type 88s in a 16x8 inch size. When you're shopping for wheels for your tires, there are a couple different specs to keep in mind and after that, it's all about aesthetics. We decided to go with a 16-inch wheel as opposed to a 17 because it gives us a little bit more sidewall, which is really nice for gripping obstacles and rocks off-road. We went with an 8-inch wide wheel instead of a 9-inch because when you mount a nice wide tire on there, you get some additional sidewall pressure, which is good for airing down off-road to make sure you don't lose the bead. The other spec to keep in mind with wheels is backspacing. These have a 3.75-inch backspacing which means that even when we have this big, wide tire mounted on there, you'll be able to turn the steering wheel lock to lock without rubbing on the frame or on the control arms. As far as aesthetics go, I really like this wheel especially on a silver Jeep like this. There's a black center with a polished lip and these charcoal inserts here are completely removable so you can customize the color to whatever you like. So anytime you change the tire size, and especially the gear ration on your Jeep, you want to re-calibrate the computer so that your speedometer and odometer and all of those numbers that those two affect are accurate. I really like the Superchips FlashCal Programmer for that. It does all of those things plus more with an easy to use LCD screen and buttons as opposed to some of the other programmers on the market that use dip switches. Now in addition to re-calibrating for tires and gear ratio, you also have some additional settings like headlight and turn signal, horn chirp, and you'll be able to read and clear check engine lights. One of the features I really like, especially for you guys who are running larger off-road tires, is that you'll be able to adjust your TPMS system. With a free download from the Superchips website, you'll be able to have full control of the TPMS system so you're not driving around with that light on the dash or that annoying dinging every time you start the Jeep. Now, one thing that it's really important to remember with this calibrator is that it will not increase fuel mileage. If you've been driving around for a while with larger tires and you haven't re-calibrated, you'll notice that your fuel mileage on the dashboard has gone down and when you re-calibrate, it's going to go back up, but you're not actually gaining fuel mileage, you're just getting an accurate reading now. So the Superchips FlashCal puts a lot of features into a small, easy-to-use package all at an affordable price. Flat fender flares are great when running a large off-road tire. They give some additional clearance so that the tire doesn't come up and contact that factory flare and pop it off. If that happens, you'll be picking it up off the side of the trail and that's no good. And we installed a 3-inch lift kit on our Jeep so chances are we don't need the additional clearance, but we love the look of these so much, we just couldn't resist. These are the Rugged Ridge Hurricane Flat Fender Flares which are a hybrid of a flat flare and a pocket style rivet flare. You usually get one or the other, but this is a really nice combination of both. These flares include everything you need to get them installed including the lighting and the wiring which is something that some other companies will leave out. These even include two different sets of rivets, one black and one silver, so you can customize the look for whatever you like for your Jeep. One of the features I really, really like about these flat flares is that they're designed to be used with a factory inner fender flares. You don't need to purchase other ones and you don't need to run without them. These are designed specifically to work with the trim factory inners and they give you instructions on how to trim them, and having the inner fenders is really important. I personally like the look better, but it's also functional. It'll keep junk and mud out of the engine bay, which is especially important on the passenger side where you have the wiring harness right there. Now that we've got the Jeep ready to go off-road, we wanted to add some recovery gear. The winch is really nice to have if you find yourself stuck in a mud puddle, or high centered on an obstacle, or to help out a friend. We chose the rugged ridge 8,500 pound winch, but they also offer this winch in a 10,500 pound capacity and they offer both of them in a few different configurations. We really like Rugged Ridge for this application because it's a no-frills winch. This particular one has a steel cable. It doesn't have any sort of wireless winch controller. It's really no frills and all of those things help to keep the cost down. Now if you're out there every single weekend and you're doing a lot of really long hard pulls, you might want to look into one of the more expensive winches on the market. You generally do get what you pay for with these. However, if you're a weekend warrior and you're out there on the trails with your friends, this winch will more than do it for you and it'll save you a couple of dollars. All right, so now for the fun part. We've got the lift kit installed, wheels and tires are rolling, we're calibrated, fender flares, wench, the whole nine. Now we get to drive it. It's the second best part after seeing it on the ground after the lift kit and wheels and tires are bolted on. And I've got to say, I thought that the Teraflex shocks were going to ride a little bit harsher. This actually rides really, really nice. I said before that some more expensive kits might have some nicer shocks that'll improve on road ride quality, and while that still might be true, there's nothing wrong with this as it sits. Right out of the box, this thing rides really, really well. It feels really stable and I think that has something to do with the rear track bar brace and the rear track bar bracket that come in the lift kit. You're able to adjust that roll center and even if you don't know really what that means, it's going to readjust your geometry so the Jeep rides much more like it would have right out of the factory. Another benefit to running a slightly smaller wheel with a big tire is that additional sidewall. And we talked about the benefits off-road as far as being able to grip rocks and different obstacles, but it's also a benefit on road. You want to make sure that you're running the correct tire pressure in a big tire. It's usually lower than what it says in your factory service manual for your vehicle. But if you get the tire pressure correct and you have some larger side walls, they're actually going to help with cushioning and the suspension. They can create a little bit of a spongy ride if you're taking a corner really fast, but let's face it. This isn't a sports car. You shouldn't be doing that in a Jeep anyway, so if it helps your ride quality during your everyday driving, I'd say it's a good move. So now that we're on the road, the calibrator really shows where it comes into play. This is an automatic Jeep, and having bigger tires on it means that without a calibration, the Jeep would be shifting in weird spots. It would be lugging the motor. We don't have any of that. We re-calibrated, and this thing shifts just like a factory Jeep would. On top of that, I can drive with confidence knowing that the speedometer is accurate, so I'm not going to be busted for speeding and the odometer is accurate, which is going to help from everything from oil change intervals to well, everything. You need your odometer to be accurate. Now I know that a calibrator isn't the most exciting part of building a Jeep, but you definitely need one, and the Superchips calibrator makes everything really, really easy. Now that we've felt how it rides on road, let's take it off-road. We're not going to do anything serious today, but I just want to get a feel for how everything is on a little bit of a bumpy road. So we have the Jeep out here on a bit of a fire trail. It's not hard core wheeling. We're not rock-crawling, but we're off the road we're on a bumpy dirt road, and I just wanted to get a feel for the suspension. We're not disconnecting sway bars we're not going to flex it out today, we're just going to get a feel for it. And I've got to say, like I said on the road, this suspension handles the bumps really well. I mean, I'm cruising along here at 5-7 miles an hour, normal speeds that you'd be going off-road, and this is pretty rutted out. It's handling really well. It feels good. It's really smooth. I'm really happy with this. Even though we're just on a fire trail and we're not really flexing out the suspension, you can still see the benefit of having the flat fender flares. The hurricane flares that we installed here are still wide enough to give you plenty of coverage from the tires throwing junk up on the body, but they give you that additional up travel clearance that will clear these big tires even when you do go over these big obstacles, and they look really good. It's great the first time you get to hit the trail after adding a bunch of new mods to your Jeep, and even though we're just on a fire trail now, it's always nice to have a winch just in case. When we started out this build, we wanted to put something together that would have great on-road manners that you can daily drive to work but also take out on the weekend and have fun on the trails with it, and after taking it both on the street and on the trail, I think we hit all of those points. This thing works really good on road and really good off-road, and it's just really well-rounded. We did it all without completely breaking the budget. So for all the mods you need for your Jeep and for more cool content like this, make sure you check out, but for now, I'm Ryan. Thanks for watching.

    Improved Ride. Rough Country's Front Control Arm Geometry Correction Brackets provide a substantial improvement in ride quality for lifted Wranglers. Designed for use on 2007-2018 JK models, these brackets relocate the control arms for a more factory like angle and in turn direct force to the springs instead of the frame. This geometry provides a smoother ride and better handling, allowing you to regain factory quality lost to lifting your Wrangler.

    A+ Geometry. Designed to provide a more stock like control arm angle, these brackets will help in correcting your caster and improve your drive shaft angle without the use of cam bolts or expensive adjustable control arms. These brackets provide optimal correction and appropriate angles on lifts ranging from 3.5 - 4 inches. They can also be used on Rough Country's 6 inch lift with adjustable short arms to provide a more comfortable ride and factory handling.

    Installation and Warranty. These brackets are constructed from quality materials to be fully bolt on and will require no modification to your JK for an installation that takes under 3 hours. These brackets are backed by Rough Country's Lifetime Replacement Warranty, providing you and your Jeep with unrivaled security and value.

    Application. These Rough Country Front Control Arm Geometry Correction Brackets are designed for use on 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK and JK Unlimited models.  Designed for use on 3.5-4 inch lifted applications.

    Freight Notes. Freight items can only be shipped within the continental 48 states, no expedited methods.

    Fitment: 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Details

    CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

    What's in the Box
    • (2) Control arm relocation brackets
    • Hardware
    Installation Info
    Tech Specs
    Will it fit my Wrangler?
    • JK Rubicon 2 Door - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
    • JK Rubicon 4 Door - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
    • JK Wrangler 2 Door - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
    • JK Wrangler 4 Door - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18

    You Might Also Like

    Customer Photos (4) Submit Your Photo

    View All 4 Photos

    More Products You Might Like

    Questions & Answers (8)

    5 Top Rated Questions

    Will these fix the camber issue im having after installing a 2 inch coil spring spacer lift? The jeeps stearing is very touchy at interstate speeds now.

    • The camber on Wranglers is fixed, due to the solid axle design, and should not be effected by a coil spring lift. The Rough Country Front Control Arm Geometry Correction Brackets will adjust for caster issues. If camber is off, you may have a bent knuckle or axle tube, or a worn ball joint. An adjustable balljoint set can be used to correct camber issues, though if it is caused by bent components we do recommend having it diagnosed by a shop to see what may be bent or worn so appropriate repairs can be made.

    Helpful (1)

    I have a 3” lift and have a couple of questions regarding these brackets. First are they needed to correct caster, I noticed in a previous answer you said the aren’t needed on a 2 1/2” lift and notice the product info says for 3 1/2” to 4 1/2” lifts. Second is there an advantage to these over changing out the control arms such as better braking and better transfer of impact loads to the springs rather than frame, etc... Actually I have a third question also. How much clearance will I loose at the rear lower control arm attachment point?

    • These are needed to correct caster, but only provide the correct caster for lifts of 3-1/2 to 4-1/2. For other heights, other options will be required. Upgrading the control arms will always be preferable as the stock control arms are not as rugged and durable as many aftermarket options. We haven't tested this for the level of clearance you'd lose in terms of off-roading as we recommend aftermarket control arms designed for rugged terrain for that application.

    Helpful (0)

    35 inch tires with a 3 1/4 in lift. should i purchase?

    • Hello! Although not 100% required, I would definitely recommend that you do purchase this, as it will help get your suspension geometry perfect!

    Helpful (0)

    How many of these kits do you need for a lift?

    • Hello, for the front of the lift you would need one pair of the Rough Country Front Control Arm Geometry Correction Brackets. Unfortunately we do not offer any brackets for the rear, but we do offer cam bolts for the rear upper control arms.

    Helpful (0)

    I had a 2.5 lift kit wiht 35" inch tires, do i really need this?

    • Hello, on a 2.5" Lift Kit this is not necessary.

    Helpful (0)
    Post Your Question
    3 More Questions
    got these brackets from santa the other day and was looking at the instructions which say required tools reciprocating saw and to cut off a bolt from the chassis on each side. that doesn't sound like "direct bolt up with no modification" to me and honestly has me nervous. any pointers / reassurance? 1 answer
    Will these work with a Teraflex 3" lift on a 2013 JK? 1 answer
    Do you have to re-align the front end after installing these? 1 answer

    People Who Bought This Item Also Bought

    Customer Reviews (44) Write a Review

    Overall Rating 4.8

    out of 5 stars

    • Fit 4.840909 4.8
    • Bang For Your Buck 4.886364 4.9

    • 5/5

      October 09, 2018

      These do help

      These do help the wandering jeep at higher speeds. Nothing to do back flips over, but they do help.


      Year: 2009Submodel: Wrangler

      Helpful (1)

    • 5/5

      September 28, 2018

      Better Ride Quality

      I felt a noticeable difference in the feel and comfort after installation.


      Year: 2012Submodel: Wrangler

      Helpful (1)

    • 4/5

      August 25, 2018

      Great Geometry Correction

      This product provided better geometry correction for my suspension and smoother handling due to getting the controls arms into a more level position. Must follow directions and recheck torque of bolts after a certain period if you take Jeep off-road a lot. Only gave four stars Because I have to re-torque the bolts later on.


      Year: 2016Submodel: Wrangler

      Helpful (2)

    • 5/5

      August 23, 2018

      Did what they promised

      I lifted my 08 Wrangler 4" with a level, so basically 5" in the front. These control arms did what they promised, the jeep steered like it had never been lifted. The control has been incredible!


      Year: 2008Submodel: Wrangler

      Helpful (2)

    • 5/5

      August 22, 2018

      No more cupping

      Best $ I've spent, handles just like it did before the lift.


      Year: 2010Submodel: Wrangler

      Helpful (2)

    • 5/5

      July 31, 2018


      I was skeptical about buying brackets instead of new control arms but for the price I thought I would try it. It improved my steering so much that I decided not to by a new lift.


      Year: 2012Submodel: Wrangler

      Helpful (2)

    • 5/5

      June 20, 2018

      Correction brackets

      Great item did what it said it would do. Ride was improved.


      Year: 2012Submodel: Rubicon

      Helpful (2)

    • 5/5

      June 18, 2018


      After installing the Teraflex 3" lift w/ Shocks, the geometry was way off. I was more concerned with the caster angle, and these looked to be the perfect solution - better than cam bolts and not as expensive as buying new control arms. Super happy we went with these brackets, it fixed the geometry right up!


      Year: 2010Submodel: Rubicon

      Helpful (2)

    • 5/5

      June 14, 2018

      Correction brackets

      These improved the handing on my jeep Would recommend for anyone with at least a 3 inch lift.


      Year: 2014Submodel: Wrangler

      Helpful (2)

    • 3/5

      June 09, 2018

      Cam bolts

      The add says it was supposed to eliminate the cam bolts for caster adjustments, didn't like that so I got the Rancho version with extra holes for control arm to adjust caster. Money waisted AGAIN sitting on the bench


      Year: 2008Submodel: Rubicon

      Helpful (2)

    • 4/5

      May 19, 2018

      Bracket did what is Supposed to bo

      Fixed the sloppy Steering after installing a 2 inch lift.


      Year: 2008Submodel: Rubicon

      Helpful (2)

    • 4/5

      May 12, 2018

      CA correction bracket

      So far the jeep handles 100 better, for a low cost fix, it’s a must with a 3.5 inch lift very happy easy install


      Year: 2017Submodel: Rubicon

      Helpful (2)

    • 5/5

      April 30, 2018

      Corrected everything !

      This is a must get ! Make sure to get an alignment right after !


      Year: 2011Submodel: Rubicon

      Helpful (2)

    • 5/5

      April 24, 2018

      must have part

      I knew this would help after lifting my JKU, but I didnt except it to make a huge difference. It almost drives like stock again. This is a must have part if you lift your Jeep and dont want to have to fight the steering wheel shake


      Year: 2016Submodel: Wrangler

      Helpful (3)

    • 5/5

      March 18, 2018

      A Must

      If you put a lift and don't want to change your control arms this are a must to regain the stock feel. Night and day difference.


      Year: 2008Submodel: Wrangler

      Helpful (2)

    • 5/5

      December 23, 2017


      Does Exactly what it says it will do! Instructions could have been better but Easy do it yourself operation none the less. Jeep rides much better.


      Year: 2014Submodel: Wrangler

      Helpful (3)

    • 5/5

      December 18, 2017

      Drives better than stock

      I picked up this part after lifting my 11 JKU with a 2.5 inch Teraflex kit. My steering felt loose and I figured for the price it was worth a shot. Installed but wasn’t super thrilled with the results. I rechecked my work and found that the front track bar wasn’t torqued properly. Now the Jeep is dialed and drives better than before the lift.


      Year: 2011Submodel: Wrangler

      Helpful (2)

    • 5/5

      October 11, 2017

      Easy install

      Had to grind one piece but was still an easy install


      Year: 2016Submodel: Rubicon

      Helpful (2)

    • 5/5

      September 24, 2017

      Control arm correction bracket

      I have a 4 inch lift with 35 inch tires on a 2016 jeep Rubicon. It had so much road walk while driving that it wasn't fun to drive. The control arm brackets corrected the problem. It now drives perfect. I would recommend this fix.


      Year: 2016Submodel: Rubicon

      Helpful (5)

    • 5/5

      August 24, 2017

      BUY THIS!!!!

      If you have a 3.5 lift with flighty steering this is your cheap fix. I have the quadratec 3.5 in lift and the steering on the high way was terrible. This is a must. Take it to a shop to install if you aren't very comfortable in the garage. Had to grind a pinch off of one shim. Other than that it's a 2 hour shop install 3 hour garage install.


      Year: 2012Submodel: Wrangler

      Helpful (2)

    Related Wrangler Categories