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2009 JEEP WRANGLER JK  - Artec JK 1 Ton - Superduty (99-04) Front Dana 60 Swap Kit with Currie Johnny Joints - JK6032 - JK6032

Artec JK 1 Ton - Superduty (99-04) Front Dana 60 Swap Kit with Currie Johnny Joints - JK6032

Artec Industries | Part Number: A/IJK6032

Specifications

  • Fitment: Direct Fit
  • In_Stock: In Stock
  • In_Stock: In Stock

    TECHNICAL DETAILS

  • 2 and 4-door models
  • All the brackets necessary to swap Superduty front Dana 60 axle from 1999-2004 into JK
  • 1/4 inch thick mild steel truss and brackets for much higher strength than the factory bracket and other aftermarket brackets
  • Precision CNC cut and bent for great Includes all the brackets necessary for a complete axle swap including upper and lower control arm mounts, shock mounts, anti-sway bar mounts, tracbar mount, and coil spring mounts
  • Save hours of installation time. Brackets are jigged into truss and set exact position automatically
  • Tracbar mount includes 4 locations for those who have aftermarket lifts
  • Easily upgradeable for future link geometry changes
  • Truss is reinforced using interlocked 1/4 thick gussets for maximum strength and easy assembly

PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Artec Industries is excited to announce the JK ONE TON Axle Swap Kit for front Dana 60 axles. This heavy duty truss and bracket system is designed to take serious abuse and reinforce your entire axle while also providing the factory link, spring, anti-sway bar, and shock locations. The 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.The Front Dana 60 that works with this kit is from Ford 3/4 and 1 ton trucks from model years 85-91.5 (Kingpin) and 92-97 (Balljoint). This truss is not intended for older axles due to different differential offsets or newer Superduty axles (kit currently in R&D). The easiest way to identify if the axle will work with this kit is if the axle has 3.0" of driver side axle tube and 24.5" of passenger side axle tube. Please ensure it is a Dana 60 because these model years also had Dana 44 available.Due to the larger casting on the Dana 60 differential, the Lower Control Arm (LCA) brackets are wider than factory location. Modifications to your Lower Control Arms will likely be necessary. If you have adjustable arms with flexible style joints (heims, Johnny Joints, etc), modifications may not be necessary. Upper Control Arm (UCA) brackets are also slightly higher than factory so adjustable arms may be necessary.Dana 60 axles DO NOT MATCH the factory JK 5 lug wheel bolt pattern. New wheels will need to be purchased to do this swap. Brake and Steering components NOT INCLUDED in this product, but will be available soon.This will likely require bumpstop extensions and a new tracbar since the steering is different on this axle from factory axle. The tracbar bracket is higher than stock location to allow proper steering geometry. A Kingpin axle is recommended for this purpose since high steer arms can be used.

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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

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