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WJ Steering Equalizer
Quantity in Basket:
Shipping Weight: 17.00 pounds
Do you have a tall lifted WJ? Are you battling to keep your
Jeep in between the lines and always looking out for the
dreaded death wobble? We have a product that will smooth out
your ride and set you at ease in the driver's seat.
steering and track bar angles on your WJ stay nearly parallel
even with a super tall lift. However, the factory never
intended the steep angles you see on your lifted Jeep. The
result in some cases is a Jeep that handles poorly and is
prone to death wobble even with tight bushings, new
steering components and a good alignment. With the stock
configuration on the drag link and track bar, a tall lifted WJ
has a higher potential to have adverse driving characteristics
than other Jeep vehicles we have seen.
IRO has come up with an innovative solution to this issue with our
Steering Equalizer kit. Included in the kit are 2 important elements
that will help your WJ track better, wobble less, and make you
feel confident driving it.
- Track bar drop subframe: This bolt in unit drops
your track bar a whopping 3 inches on the frame side compared to
stock. Not only does it drop the track bar, but also it
runs under the oil pan to the other side of the uniframe.
This adds a great deal of support and rigidity to the entire
set-up. Constructed with laser cut and CNC formed 1/4" steel,
this thing is not going anywhere.
- Drop Pitman Arm: This is the tallest drop pitman
arm available for WJ's! It is the perfect compliment to the
track bar drop subframe.
This kit was originally developed for our ULTIMATE WJ/JK axle
swap kit so it was a simple transition to tall lifted WJ
applications. You must have 4" or more lift to run this kit.
Product Note: The WJ drop pitman arm has a shorter throw
than the stock one. This translates to a slight loss of steering
radius when compared to stock.