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The completed frontend is a beautiful thing. The Dynatrac cover is strong and protects the 5.38 Yukon gears and factory E-locker. Currie Enterprises hardened front JK Rubicon axles use the big OE JK joints. Mount Logan built the aluminum drag link and tie rod, then flipped the drag link using a Teraflex tapered sleeve in the knuckle. A Poly Performance track bar bracket gets the track bar up where it needs to be for correct geometry when the drag link is flipped. It also makes a great attachment point for the Teraflex steering stabilizer. We drilled another hole in the Poly bracket so the stabilizer would be level with the tie rod. Expedition One builds the skid plate that protects the Rubicon swaybar disconnect as well as covers the front frame crossmember. The KORE aluminum swaybar links are race-level quality.

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