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    Re long arm tri link

    I was just wandering if anyone is running the rear tri link .
    I have the re la kit now .Is the tri link for the rear worth 600 dollars and what are the benifits
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    Re: Re long arm tri link

    umm... yea you shoulda bought a yj.

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    Re: Re long arm tri link

    The RE Tri-Link obviously gets rid of the rear track bar. Your rear axle will not shift or swing side to side as it droops. I also have the RE long arm kit and thought about their Tri-Link but don't like the way it connects above the differential. If I ever modify my rear end (which would only be for a stretch), I'll do a triangulated four link with a full truss.

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