I installed the Teraflex 2.5" coil lift to replace a Teraflex leveling kit that I previously installed. I didn't realize that in putting on that much lift, the axles shifted enough where I really notice it. The kit comes with a rear track bar relocation bracket so that probably explains why the look in the rear is not as bad as the front but it's still measurable. Of course, Teraflex has rightly pointed out that an adjustable track bar would solve this problem and they sell a great one for another $250. The problem then is that if I knew that a $250 part was needed to make it look right, I could have bought one of the other kits that comes with the adjustable track bar for a little more money like the Black Diamond kit. I'm disappointed to be out an extra $250 for what I see as a necessary part. I suppose the goal is to get the cheapest kit for that amount of lift and sell a million of them instead of being $250 more and not selling any.
A few questions:
1. Has anybody else had this issue and done something to fix it OTHER than the adjustable track bar?
2. Is this just cosmetic or is there a ride or safety concern here? I read some products making it sound like the center of gravity of off unless you buy their part.
3. Does it make sense to do both a front and rear adjustable track bar or is the relocation bracket enough? I see all the manufacturers seem to sell fronts and rears.