2002 JEEP WRANGLER TJ  - Artec Industries One Ton Superduty Front 60 Swap Kit - A/ITJ6071 - TJ6071 | 4WD.com
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2002 JEEP WRANGLER TJ  - Artec Industries One Ton Superduty Front 60 Swap Kit - A/ITJ6071 - TJ6071

Artec Industries One Ton Superduty Front 60 Swap Kit - TJ6071

Artec Industries | Part Number: A/ITJ6071


  • Axle Type: Dana 60
  • Fitment: Direct Fit
  • In_Stock: In Stock
  • In_Stock: In Stock
  • Axle Location : Front Axle


  • 97-06 Wrangler TJ/LJ
  • 84-01 Cherokee XJ
  • 93-98 Grand Cherokee ZJ
  • 86-92 Comanche MJ
  • 3/8" and 1/4" thick mild steel truss and 3/16" coil brackets
  • Includes all the brackets necessary for a complete axle swap
  • Includes upper and lower control arm mounts, shock mounts, anti-sway bar mounts, tracbar mount, and coil spring mounts
  • Easily upgrade-able for future link geometry changes
  • Truss is reinforced using interlocked 1/4 thick gussets
  • Overall low profile design means your axle is stronger, sleeker, easier to fit into any vehicle
  • Less likely to interfere with vehicle components


Artec Industries is excited to announce the TJ 1 TON Axle Swap Kit for front 60 axles. This heavy duty truss and bracket system is designed to take serious abuse and reinforce your entire axle while also providing control arm, spring, anti-sway bar, and shock mounting locations. The 3/8" and 1/4" thick truss incorporates a unique design to strengthen both the axle and incorporate the link brackets for ease of installation and added strength. By incorporating the link mounts into the truss, hours of work and trial and error can be avoided when compared to other bracket systems. Simply tack weld the truss together, place it on the axle and all the other brackets fit into place exactly where they need to be.


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Artec Industries is based in Salt Lake City, Utah, but its origins are an American success story based in Tucscon, Arizona. The owner, Artie Nuttall, married into a family of off-roaders who quickly infected him with their enthusiasm. So much so that Nuttall took a welding class at a community college so that he could complete DIY axle swaps on his rig in his garage. Turns out he had a talent for welding and in 2010 Artie successfully marketed a line of battery mounts. From there, Artec Welding turned into Artec Industries and though the product line and success grew, Nuttall's attention to craftsmanship and quality never wavered. Shop Artec Industries Now