What I don't like about the kit "with" shock extensions, it supply's the rear TB drop bracket.
If you buy the kit "without" extensions or shocks-you get the rear axle side bracket. (No drilling to install and more important, roll center is raised which helps handling)
Hell... Add the shock extensions to the kit without -Might be a little more but you get the axle bracket.
Front adjustable track bar- I highly recommended it-always do. "But" your axle won't be off a 1" like whoever told you that. 3/8's tops at 2.5 and hardly noticeable. I like a front aftermarket track bar for strength first and axle center second.
Next shocks. I hated the Bilsteins. Trust me .... Run the Rancho 9000's. I know a bunch of people on the forums that run the TF/9000 combo. Good luck finding many negative/performance related complaints on the 9000 searched. I can't say the same about the 5100's although still a popular shock (can't see why
Lastly .. Grade 8 9/16 bolt kit from Northridge. There's other kits like grade 9 which is overkill for the JK. More expensive too. The grade 8 kit is around $40.
Between the bolt kit and the new front track bar, there's should be no worry of death wobble.
If you off road look into quick discos for the front, and Exhaust spacers will keep the driveshaft off the cross member.
- TF 2.5 ( without shocks or extensions)
- option #1 add extensions/run stock stocks
- option #2 Rancho 9000's (29xl front and 30xl rear)
- adjustable front track bar
- Northridge grade 8 9/16 bolt kit
If you plan on off roading.
- front disconnects
- exhaust spacers
Good luck !!
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