We had adjustable control arms on this Jeep, but when we tried to dial them out for the 11⁄2-inch increase, we were left with too little thread in the arms. So Off Road Evolution made us a set of lower control arms out of its 0.281-wall DOM tubing and Currie Johnny Joints. We had them make the new links 11⁄2 inches longer than what we had, but with the T&T truss, the lower control arm bracket is rotated back so it is flush with the bottom of the axletube. That’s cool because it will make the lower control arm bracket that much less likely to get hung up. However, even with the same control arm length, the new lower control arm mount location would move the axle 5⁄8-inch forward. In total, we ended up moving the axle forward 23⁄8 inches when you include the diameter of the larger axletube.