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post #1 of 11 Old 07-23-2010, 11:07 PM Thread Starter
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poly performance track bar brace

anyone run this on their rig? I like that its a brace and ss relocator all in one. curious to see if anyone has anything bad to say about it.

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I installed one on a buddys jk, easy to install and worked great.

Edit on the welding comment. It can be welded for those that don't read instructions


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bodyguy - you sure about the welding? I don't think you have to weld this...it's all bolt on. Now you could weld for strenght, but it's not necessary.

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bodyguy - you sure about the welding? I don't think you have to weld this...it's all bolt on. Now you could weld for strenght, but it's not necessary.
Yeah your correct, I don't read directions. I partially welded the track bar bracket on and removed the factory sway bar tab and welded the new one on. I guess I could have saved a little time but atleast I don't have to worry about the bolts coming loose


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Yeah your correct, I don't read directions. I partially welded the track bar bracket on and removed the factory sway bar tab and welded the new one on. I guess I could have saved a little time but atleast I don't have to worry about the bolts coming loose
hahaha I like that
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I have it and it works just fine. You can also use it a point to mount a hydro assit if you go that route down the road, but I'd weld it on at that point. I did the the whole re tube and mount deal on the front end. It drives better and the feel is a lot more soild on the highway now the front end is straight. I've had no problems with Poly Performance and think they have well thought out products, glad I went this way with mine.
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I ordered the whole steering kit for 300, 1/2 of the kit is this. I also got the front upper brace as well ad the rear brace/raise kit. Ups says it will all be here Monday. Planned on doing a write up with a review as well. The Aev drop prackets did nothing but create a severe pull to the right, even after adding the front lower adjustable with the passenger side extended it still pulls. I can't wait to get those brackets off! Anyway I'll start a thread in a few days on them.

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awesome! can't waith
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Check out Rock Krawler's "Ultimate Steering System".
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I've got a TF 4" on my UL, but added Poly's steering kit with this bracket & the drag link flip. Highly recommended.
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Poly track bar bracket

Have it, love it, no welding, you must do the draglink flip in order to keep geometry in check. I am running it with a RockKrawler draglink.

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