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 Post subject: Iron Rock Off-road KJ upper arm bracket
PostPosted: Sun Dec 30, 2018 2:54 pm 
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Because this was given to me, and I have no use for it, maybe someone else can use it. No cost, free. I cannot in good faith sell these plans

There's .dxf files and PDF files plus a screenshot of some basic instructions. The .dxf files are full size.

If you want a copy, click on the link below

The PDF you could print out and size up to the upper bolt holes


https://www.dropbox.com/sh/9vkks3ag28ud ... Az6ia?dl=0




Again this is FREE, so in no way a violation of the fourms rules or "vendor rules".

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 Post subject: Re: Iron Rock Off-road KJ upper arm bracket
PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2019 1:58 pm 
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If you want a simple bolt on mount to upgrade your rear upper control arm to the super heavy duty IronRock arm, I now have the custom mounts available in colors, bedliner coated, or unfinished in case you desire to paint your own or have it powder coated.
PM if interested.

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 Post subject: Re: Iron Rock Off-road KJ upper arm bracket
PostPosted: Sun Jan 20, 2019 8:04 pm 
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I love that there's options now.

You wanna try and give it a shot with DIY or want to have a local fab guy do it for ya. Dxf and PDF files. Cut, bend, weld, paint, Bolt-on.

You like me, want something that's welded and ready to be bolted on for a reasonable price and time frame. WWDiesel. See, buy, wait, Bolt-on.

Heck you can even get a Clayton truss or something like that and now you can have another option.

If you go IRO, upgrade the body mount joints. Definitely worth the few extra bucks. The rubber joints don't like the extra flexibility.

These are the days of our lives........

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 Post subject: Re: Iron Rock Off-road KJ upper arm bracket
PostPosted: Tue Jan 22, 2019 2:04 pm 
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ImABoo wrote:
I love that there's options now.

You wanna try and give it a shot with DIY or want to have a local fab guy do it for ya. Dxf and PDF files. Cut, bend, weld, paint, Bolt-on.

You like me, want something that's welded and ready to be bolted on for a reasonable price and time frame. WWDiesel. See, buy, wait, Bolt-on.

Heck you can even get a Clayton truss or something like that and now you can have another option.

If you go IRO, upgrade the body mount joints. Definitely worth the few extra bucks. The rubber joints don't like the extra flexibility.

These are the days of our lives........


Are you questioning the strength of the rubber bushings that come in the IRO? Aren't they are designed for much more travel than you'll ever get out of the biggest KJ?

I think the IRO is one of my best mods, and that WW's prices are excellent. I've been really hard on mine offroad, and towed my 5,000lb boat, not a squeak :rockon:

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 Post subject: Re: Iron Rock Off-road KJ upper arm bracket
PostPosted: Wed Jan 23, 2019 2:08 pm 
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Mountainman wrote:
ImABoo wrote:
I love that there's options now.
You wanna try and give it a shot with DIY or want to have a local fab guy do it for ya. Dxf and PDF files. Cut, bend, weld, paint, Bolt-on.
You like me, want something that's welded and ready to be bolted on for a reasonable price and time frame. WWDiesel. See, buy, wait, Bolt-on.
Heck you can even get a Clayton truss or something like that and now you can have another option.
If you go IRO, upgrade the body mount joints. Definitely worth the few extra bucks. The rubber joints don't like the extra flexibility.
These are the days of our lives........

Are you questioning the strength of the rubber bushings that come in the IRO? Aren't they are designed for much more travel than you'll ever get out of the biggest KJ?
I think the IRO is one of my best mods, and that WW's prices are excellent. I've been really hard on mine offroad, and towed my 5,000lb boat, not a squeak :rockon:

The rubber body bushings that come in the IronRock Control Arm are made of a much, much harder and stiffer rubber than what came in the OEM Boomerang. Remember, this arm is designed for the much heavier WJ Cherokee. The Ball Joint that comes with the IronRock Arm is a Poly Bushing type and greaseable.
This is a Super Heavy Duty setup for the Jeep KJ.

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SunCoast/Transgo
Carter Intank-pump
2mic.Sec.Fuel Filter
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Ironrock Trilink
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