Jeep Wrangler 2012, Flipped Drag Link Kit by TeraFlex®. The HD drag link is 50% stronger than the factory drag link to help eliminate front end shimmy and other alignment issues. The forged drag link will thread into the factory adjusting sleeve. This drag link is designed to work with lifts over 4". The kit also includes a frame side trackbar drop bracket to keep steering geometry correct, and a frame brace strengthens the frame to further reduce any front end shimmy or excess movement.
Notes: Welding is Required.
- Improved ground clearance
- Allows larger-diameter tires to clear wheel wells
- Allows Jeep to climb steeper hills
- Lift the body on the frame
- Lift the suspension higher over the axles
Off-roading in a Jeep is great fun. But don't expect an unmodified Jeep to go over every rock and tree stump you see. Don't expect it to be able to hillclimb in mud or slog through deep, loose sand. Don't expect it to make the length of Baja unscathed. The first thing you need is bigger tires. Those tires are too big to fit under the Jeep's already capacious wheel wells. The second thing you need is more ground clearance, to let your Jeep clear big logs and climp over rocky protuberances. Raising a Jeep is more complex than simply adding longer springs. Longer springs and longer shocks are where most lift kits start, but every additional inch means you have to modify other things, like the steering system, the drivetrain and even the wiring and brake lines. Lifting the body on the frame is good for another inch or two, but a serious lift will require a host of modifications.
TeraFlex® has been professionally involved with Jeeps since the 1950s and that experience taught them how to make them perform their best. TeraFlex was started in the fall of 1996 to meet the needs of the growing market for heavy duty off road equipment and suspension enhancements. And they've maintained a dominant hold on the market since then. TeraFlex was the first aftermarket manufacturer with a suspension system for the TJ Wrangler, and is still the only aftermarket company to offer a solution for the venerable 231 transfer cases low range gearing. In 2001, the entire off road industry was stunned at the CRD60 - an off-road-specific high-pinion 60 differential that took innovation to a new level, reinforcing their position in the industry.