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11. The more parallel the track bar is to the drag link, the less bumpsteer the vehicle will have. Using the JKS adjustable front track bar really helped due to the way it's angled. I fabricated an upper drag-link mount similar to a TJ, and made the drag link out of DOM steel tubing. At each end of the drag link I welded threaded bungs. At the knuckle side of the drag link I used the factory rod end from a JK drag link, while the pitman-arm side is a rod end from a TJ. The tie rod came from a two-wheel-drive Sahara JK Wrangler.