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Techs Working On 2007 Jeep Jk

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Converting the 2WD JK to use a 4WD front axle was somewhat of a bolt-up job. 2WD JKs are fitted with an empty tube axle that is equipped with the same configuration suspension mounts as found on the factory 4WD JK axle. Since we had Dynatrac set up the ProRock 60 axles with the appropriate mounts for the JK suspension, it was simply a matter of hanging the front axle using new Rancho control arms. Of course, we'd still need to mount the Atlas transfer case behind the stock transmission and have new driveshafts made to mate up the axles and Atlas 'case, but for the most part the 4WD conversion played out as a near bolt-on installation.