To Install the JK4412 follow the diagram above. Simply align with the Coil Bucket and space over .50" and weld in place.
**Installation should be done by an experienced welder using good welding practices. Artec Industries assumes no liability for items incorrectly installed**
Warning: This Part
Requires Fabrication Skills (Cutting, Grinding,
Welding) If you are not confident in your abilities Please have this
product installed at a Local Off-Road Shop .
Safety Glasses, Gloves, Wrench set, Socket
Set, Torque wrench, Jack, Jack stands(Tall and short) , Wheel
chock, Cutting Tool(s)(Angle Grinder with cutting and flap disk , Sawzall,
Plasma cutter, Cutting torch) and Welder.
Take an inventory of your parts, If you are missing any parts Please contact Artec
Industries Immediately @ (855) 278-3299 M-F 8:30am-5pm MST
Break free the lug nuts on the front of the
Jeep (Do not completely loosen
or remove the lugnuts!)
Place wheel chocks at the rear wheels of the
vehicle. Jack up the front of the Jeep as high as you can
place the jack stands securely under the frame of the Jeep and under the axle.
Now lower the jack.
Remove lug nuts and the front wheels to
provide more working space .
Remove the lower control arm from the axle .
With the lower control arm removed use a your
cutting tool of choice to remove the lower control arm bracket off of the axle
and grind the surface smooth with an angle grinder using a flap disk to ensure
it is clean and ready for welding .
Control arm bracket
JK4412-2 is driver side JK4412-1
Place the Corresponding control arm bracket
under the axle Rotate it up So the Tab
will be level with the bottom flange of the coil bucket and slide it over until
you Have a ½” gap between the inside edge of the Lower control arm bracket
and the outside of edge of the coil
bucket. Once you have the bracket in
that position weld into place.
Paint brackets with a self-etching primer and
Reinstall the Lower control arms do not fully
tighten the control arm bolts yet
Install tires and lugnuts (Do not fully tighten lug nuts)
Use a Jack to raise the Jeep off of the Jack
stands and remove them from under the vehicle then lower the Jack .
Torque the Lug nuts to Manufacturer Spec, Torque
If you have Aftermarket control
arms refer to their manufacturers spec
After 50 miles check all bolts for tightness
and torque if needed.