New! Geometry Correction brackets for the JL!

  1. RanchoShocks

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    Our new correction bracket works with a 2.5 to 4" system on the JL platform
    Easy to install this one piece welded design works to keep your JL within OE specs for caster angles.
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    Rancho® Jeep JL Geometry Correction Brackets deliver perfect fit, finish and performance. These next-level Rancho Jeep JL Geometry Correction Brackets keep the control arms at factory angles to deflect road harshness, reduce brake dive and allow for proper caster angle after the addition of an aftermarket lift kit…maximizing the performance of your Jeep Wrangler JL. This NEW bracket fits Jeeps running lift kits from 2- to 4.5-inches utilizing our unique 3-hole upper control arm locator. Rancho engineering fit and finish delivers a one-piece welded design that will bolt up directly to the factory locations out of the box, saving you time and aggravation.

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    I got the 3.5 for my jl sport , do i need any brackets for the rear? I did buy the front one
     
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    Nope nothing for the rear. :)

     
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    Do they come with new bolts? Haven't looked but on the jl is there an exhaust loop like the jk?
     
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    Reuse the bolts and no loop!!!
    I attached the installation instructions too.
    :)

     

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    Thanks. My phone couldn't DL the pdf from your site. I put an order in with my preferred vendor. Seems to be backordered everywhere.
     
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    my JLUR has a loop
     
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    After much procrastination, I finally ordered these. I’ve been having some steering issues so it makes sense to go this route before I start changing out parts. I’ve had good experience with my local 4wheelparts so I’m having them do this update, recheck the alignment, and retorque all the steering components.
     
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    I had 4Wheelpart install Rancho drop brackets a couple of weeks ago on my JLUR with Dynatrac 2" lift and KO2's in 315. It helped with my occasionally wobbley steering. I'm considering this to be a short term fix since they hang down about 2". As soon as Jeep figure out whats wrong with so many folks steering, I'll remove them ASAP.
     
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    You got this system this summer at Truck Fest? Glad you went with the brackets :)

     
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    Yup, at truck fest in Denver. You didn't have the brackets available at the time. No biggie, as long as it gets the job done. I'm kinda with @Four Flusher in thinking that this may be a short term fix but for me it's because I envision another suspension upgrade in a year or so.
     
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    Thought so, you can reuse these or arms with a "taller" system :)

     
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    ahhh, we shall see. The main thing I'm going to look for is a better ride. The ride is the only thing I'm not fond of for the 3.5" non-rubicon lift. I did notice you guys released a new 4.5" lift. Sooo we shall see. ;)
     
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    Why will you remove immediately?

    I think they know the steering problems, it's various things, but caster being a main one. If you had wobble that was from steering components needing upgrades. Mopar cannot fix anything with their stock junk parts.
     
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    I had mine installed yesterday. The steering seems better but I haven't been on a bad road yet to determine how much of an improvement I'm seeing. I'm probably going to take it up Canyon rd in Boulder next weekend. That one is a rutted and potholed mess right now.
     
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