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Which bushes did you use?

Please post back once you have driven it for a bit.

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I used the IRO track bar bushings. Ordered them directly from US.

Will let you know once I am back home.

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Forgot one thing: they only work on the IRO adjustable trackback. It is stated on the installation manual, that they won't fit on the stock track bars.



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Forgot one thing: they only work on the IRO adjustable trackback. It is stated on the installation manual, that they won't fit on the stock track bars.



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Thanks for that. The IRO track bar only suits a CRD RHD with 4" lift, if I remember correctly. Might be a little problem.
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I put a superpro bush kit in mine. $116 from bursons.
SPF2832K. Nice and tight.
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Thanks for that. The IRO track bar only suits a CRD RHD with 4" lift, if I remember correctly. Might be a little problem.
Just to reconfirm. I got this from the IRO Website:
Can be used on the axle side of an XJ/ZJ/TJ/WJ by drilling out the hole and installing a 12mm bolt and nut. Will also fit competitor track bars with an inside diameter of 1.510, a width of 1.250, and radiused or chamfered inside corners (can be chamfered manually during installation). Allen wrench included for installation.

And here is the detailed installation instructions link:
https://www.ironrockoffroad.com/Merc...structions.pdf

One side is about 50 Aussie Dollar (39 US Dollar) plus about 30 - 40 Dollar sending. I was ordering them together with my Ball Joints so not really sure.

BTW: I will most likely order some more from their site (flex joints of A-Arm as well as rear ball joints plus some other stuff... will find that out on the weekend) so if you are interested, we can do that together and share the sending cost.

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Thanks for that. The IRO track bar only suits a CRD RHD with 4" lift, if I remember correctly. Might be a little problem.
I did a search on here one day and read about someone who sent a RHD trackbar over to IRO for them to copy. They changed the design of the RHD trackbar so that it now fits from 0-7inch of lift.
After reading this i took the risk and ordered one with only a 2" lift. It fits perfectly. I emailed IRO and told them they need to change their description, but they haven't.
They would probably sell more of them if the description was right
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Thanks for that. The IRO track bar only suits a CRD RHD with 4" lift, if I remember correctly. Might be a little problem.
It'll fit, if I didn't for the last 100,000km I'd have been in trouble.
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Had the ball joints done 6 months ago. The mechanic would of mentioned the tie rods. Will check those. Will have a look at flex joints. Tell me how you go joerg.
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