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Tri-Linked - Product Review - Jeep Wrangler TJ

Posted in Features on May 1, 2005
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Building on a reputation for designing suspension systems that work in the real world, Rubicon has announced its new Tri-Link rear-suspension upgrade for the Jeep Wrangler TJ. It has been designed specifically to add greater trail performance to the Rubicon TJ long-arm system by limiting the TJ's tendency to squat, increasing pinion-angle control, reducing axle yaw, and providing greater stability for better handling. If you already have a Rubicon long-arm system, this kit can easily be installed as an upgrade. The kit simply bolts directly to the Rubicon pan using the existing control arms, so there's no welding necessary.

The complete package consists of a super-rigid upper axle truss for positive axle control and lateral stiffness, trail-proven Rubicon Super-Flex joints for ease of movement through the full range of articulation, and all the essential brackets and hardware.


Rubicon MFG.
Rancho Cordova, CA 95742

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