Just ordered Mopar lift and other parts (What am I missing?)

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Tonight I ordered the following:

- 2” Mopar lift
- RK correction pads (F&R)
- Rusty’s adj track bars (F&R)
- Teraflex JL control arm drop brackets
- Fox steering stabilizer
- Rusty’s Track bar support (received - ordered last week)

What else am I missing?

What are the chances that I will need adj control arms?
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Tonight I ordered the following:

- 2” Mopar lift
- RK correction pads (F&R)
- Rusty’s adj track bars (F&R)
- Teraflex JL control arm drop brackets
- Fox steering stabilizer
- Rusty’s Track bar support (received - ordered last week)

What else am I missing?

What are the chances that I will need adj control arms?
Might want to get a tazer or another programmer.
 

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Are the RK correction pads still needed with the updated AB Mopar lift?

I just ordered the updated Mopar lift along with Metal Cloak adjustable track bars and lower front control arms.

I really only want to do this once, so does anyone know if those pads are still needed?
 

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From what i have seen, the Mopar correction pads are not very durable and there have been instances where they crush under articulation. I would be proactive and get the RK ones.
 

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From what i have seen, the Mopar correction pads are not very durable and there have been instances where they crush under articulation. I would be proactive and get the RK ones.
Okay, thanks for the heads up. I'll order them.
 

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I understand that some people have budgets that they need to work within but I would suggest staying away from the track bars from Rusty's. The poly joints that they include are not something that I would use and I would worry about hitting the diff cover with that trackbar. You can find a much better design for little more money with some other vendors. Metalcloak and JKS are two that immediately come to mind. I suggest you check those designs and compare to the Rusty's and notice how much more thought goes into the design of something which seems so simple. I have been in exactly the same boat as you are when I first modded my TJ and will not sell my old Rusty's trackbar to anyone for safety reasons after it wore away in a spot rubbing against the diff bolt.
 

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Tonight I ordered the following:

- 2” Mopar lift
- RK correction pads (F&R)
- Rusty’s adj track bars (F&R)
- Teraflex JL control arm drop brackets
- Fox steering stabilizer
- Rusty’s Track bar support (received - ordered last week)

What else am I missing?

What are the chances that I will need adj control arms?
If you are doing the Teraflex correction brackets you won’t need control arms. The brackets have been working great for most everyone.

I’d recommend getting a superchips Flashcal for your speedometer, and traction control calibration
 
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