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Jeep Wrangler TJ Suspension

Posted in How To on August 19, 2003
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Contributors: Randall Kramer

Word on the trail is that longer is better. Though some of you have heard this in a different connotation, we're referring to suspension. To be more precise, we're speaking of the Jeep Wrangler TJ suspension. With the plenitude of available aftermarket suspension systems for Jeep TJs, only a few address the factory control arms, and of those that do, most simply include replacement short-to-medium length arms. With Full-Traction's 6-inch Long-Arm Lift System designed for Jeep TJs and Rubicon TJs, the company took its kit a step further, offering a true three-link long control arm design in the rear and 35-inch long replacement lower control arms up front. Adding to the cool factor, the kit is entirely bolt-on and is designed to ride and steer better than stock.

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