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This is a pretty good option for the axel side, it’s the exact same thing as the teraflex bracket but costs less. I am running it on mine.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08HVYL1JP/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I also found this one. Would it be a better choice? Since it’s Evo? It does appear to require drilling.

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Also wondering if having the two brackets will actually illuminate the need for an adjustable track bar back there.
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I also found this one. Would it be a better choice? Since it’s Evo? It does appear to require drilling.

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Also wondering if having the two brackets will actually illuminate the need for an adjustable track bar back there.
Brands don’t really matter to me, if it’s built solid I don’t care who made it. The factory bar really isn’t great, there is quite a bit of flex in it. I had the adjustable bar on first and then added the bracket, I had to shorten the bar almost all the way to center the axle. With the stock bar you would probably get it close but if you want it perfectly center the adjustable bar is best. I’m a little OCD when it comes to things being centered and square. I guess growing up with a German carpenter as a father and myself doing high end collision structural work for 30+ years does that! But I can also say the axle in my jeep is 100% centered and square! Lol!
 
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Brands don’t really matter to me, if it’s built solid I don’t care who made it. The factory bar really isn’t great, there is quite a bit of flex in it. I had the adjustable bar on first and then added the bracket, I had to shorten the bar almost all the way to center the axle. With the stock bar you would probably get it close but if you want it perfectly center the adjustable bar is best. I’m a little OCD when it comes to things being centered and square. I guess growing up with a German carpenter as a father and myself doing high end collision structural work for 30+ years does that! But I can also say the axle in my jeep is 100% centered and square! Lol!
Ok. I just ordered the evo for five bucks more and dropped the pressure to 30. Rides a bit nicer. Hopefully the brackets will make a noticeable difference like you guys are feeling. Thank You for the help
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