Q: Will this offset kit fit a 2012 Jeep JK ?
A: Yes it will. However we are out of stock on those right now so check back with us in around a week and see if they're back in stock.
Q: Will this kit fit a 2009 jk?
A: Yes it will, But this kit will require cutting and welding.
Q: Is this available, says Not For Sale...OFFSET ONE TON TIE ROD KIT
Part Number:B4W0033K...also need the clamp for steering stabilizer to fit this DOM...Does this need to be drilled for a JK....If this is not available I already have a stick of 54" DOM tube and could get the tie rod ends, bung, nuts, etc.???
A: Currently one of our offset tie rod ends is out of stock and we're hoping to have that back in stock in around two weeks. The steering stabilizer clamp is a separate listing on our website. This does not need to be drilled on a JK it will bolt directly in.
Q: good evening, the bar goes well with 17x9 et6 ?
A: Unfortunately, I am not able to answer that question. This is fairly universal and has not been tested with all axle and wheel combinations.
Q: Does this require welding?
A: Yes this requires, cutting and welding.
Q: Will this fit a 2020 Jeep JL?
A: No, unfortunately not.
Q: I have a 2016 Ram Power Wagon. Having clearance issues with my Carli track bar and Synergy tie rod. How feasible is it to make this tie rod work for me? Concerned with the length. I can retaper the knuckle right?
A: This is a diy builders kit that requires cutting, welding and sometimes bending dom depending on the setup. This also would require reaming or drilling knuckles to adapt to this taper. Typically Part Number: OSST90 or Part Number: B4WGMR if the factory holes are not too large.