This part requires welding and fabrication
skills if you are not confident in your abilities please take to an Off-road
shop to install this part.
Tools Required :
Safety Glasses, Gloves,
Socket Set, Wrenches, Wheel chocks, Jack, Jack stand. Cutting Tool of your choice (Sawzall,
Grinder, plasma, cutting torch) Welder.
Inventory that you have all of the parts for your order If you are missing
parts or have incorrect parts contact Artec Industries Immediately @ (855)-278-3299 M-F from 8am-5pm MST If it is after those hours please Email
Place wheel chocks in front of and behind the wheels on the opposite
end of the vehicle from where you are working at.
Break free the lug nuts (Do not fully remove them) Jack the
vehicle up, Securely lower the vehicle
onto Jack stands under the axle .
Remove the wheels from under the vehicle and set aside.
Remove track bar from vehicle. With the track bar removed
from the vehicle cut off the Oem track bar mount. Clean the frame of any remnants of the oem track
bar mount and prep for welding.
Step 6: Take Part number TJ 2001-2 and place it on the frame rale the oval hole
will be lined up with the oval hole on the bottom the frame the vertical bend
on the bracket will be on the inside of the frame rail. With the bracket aligned you can weld the
Tj2001-2 bracket into place .
The TJ2001-1 bracket can be placed on the TJ 2001-2 bracket
at your desired position and welded into place
Clean the parts to ensure they are free from any machining
oil, Prime with a self-etching primer and Paint.
Measure your distance from axle side track bar mount to
Frame side mount hole that will allow your draglink and track bar to run on the
same angle. use that measurement to
fabricate a track bar just leave some wiggle room in the joints so you can
adjust the track bar.
Install your new track bar (leave the bolts loose) , and put
wheels on the vehicle and tighten lug nuts
Raise vehicle off of the jacks stands and lower vehicle onto
the ground and tighten the track bar bolts and torque the lug nuts
Take vehicle to an alignment shop to make sure geometry is
Check bolts for tightness after 50miles
and tighten if needed.