The first time we saw this setup we were skeptical. Not only did the track bar get shorter, but the over the knuckle setup leaves no space for a steering stabilizer. It wasn’t until T&T tossed us the keys to one of its TJs and let us bomb down a nasty potholed road that we were sold. We’d seen it work off-road, but after driving it on-road with no bumpsteer, we were convinced. Not only does it drive well, but the much bigger and heavier-duty parts should last us forever—that is, if we look at them and grease them from time to time.