Installed a 3" Teraflex Lift w/4 arms and had some alignment issues. The front axle was about 1 1/2" towards the driver side. I had two options: Adjustable track bar, or get a trackbar brace that raised the mounting point on the axle side.
I went for the rough country trackbar mount. and it has since corrected my front axle location side-to-side, but now I have bumpsteer. Also, when I get on the gas the jeep pulls to the left, and when I let off the gas it pulls to the right.
That might be an alignment issue, so ill wait on the alignment till I get the steering geometry fixed.
I have two options: (I think)
1. Get an adjustable track bar and bolt it in the original mounting hole, and make it longer to push the axle over, to get the drag link and trackbar back at the same angle, (stock) or
2. Get a drag link flip kit and hope that puts the drag link in line with the trackbar.
I like option 2 because the rear of the Jeep has the track bar raised, so why not raise the front, but I don't want to be playing parts replacer either to fix this issue.
Also, is flipping the draglink as easy as this piece: http://www.pscmotorsports.com/Jeep-J...p-Adapter.html