EVO JK Draglink Flip Kit

For those of you running a 3″ lift or greater and are looking to improve the handling of your Jeep JK Wrangler, EVO Manufacturing has just released an outstanding steering correction kit that you’ll definitely want to get. Below is the press release that I just got from them:

EVO JK Draglink Flip Kit When lifting your JK 3鈥? or greater, it is highly recommended to correct some of the steering geometry that has been altered with the lift. The EVO JK Draglink Flip Kit does just that and more!

路 Raises trackbar mounting location 3鈥? at the axle to help correct roll center and steering angles of a lifted JK.
路 Roll center is greatly improved giving better handling of the vehicle on and off road
路 Complete bolt-on design that gives greater strength to already prone to failure factory front trackbar bracket
路 Comes complete with new forged draglink
路 All bracketry made from 3/16鈥? thick laser cut and CNC bent sheetmetal
路 All bracketry is finished in a corrosion resistant Black Powdercoat

Note: Drilling of the passenger side steering knuckle with 7/8鈥? drill bit is required to complete the install

EVO JK Drag Link Flip Kit
$299.99
+ Shipping $19

For more information regarding this or any EVO Manufacturing product, please contact Andrew Perle, Product Engineer – EVO Manufacturing Inc. PH:714-870-5515 鈥 FX:714-870-1130 鈥 www.evomfg.com

18 Comments

  1. I have the Rusty’s 3.25″ coils, front JKS adjustable trackbar, and Teraflex lower control arms to help with the flightiness of the JK.

    I have some bad bump steer. Will this help, in your honest opinion?

  2. are you sure you have bump steer and if so, are both your track bar and drag link parallel to each other. in other words, do you have a track bar relocation bracket installed but NOT a dropped pitman arm or drag link flip installed? if you relocate your track bar mount, you need to address your drag link at the same time or else you will have bump steer.

  3. i called EVO and they said it will work with the RC dual stabalizer. Well, I will know for sure soon when I put it on later this week !

  4. no. you would not need. installing one might help improve your handling but, you would need to make sure and install a track bar relocation bracket at the same time.

  5. I just bought this kit on Friday from Off Road EVO and installed it on Saturday with my Dad. It only took 2 1/2 hours to install and now my JK rides like a dream..I would highly recommend this product!

  6. Hey im installing a 3 inch BDS on my 2012 jk, should i get this? or will an adjustable track bar/ trackbar bracket do?

  7. I have an aftermarket pitman arm drop, so this would replace that? And if so do I still need adjustable track bars?

  8. Does this work for the D30 on a Sport? I see the option when you order it for stock or a Prorock 44. Do they mean stock D44?

  9. The factory Dana 30 and Dana 44 use the same axle tubes and brackets. It will work just fine. A ProRock 44 is made by Dynatrac and it is beefier than a stock 44.

  10. if i have a 4″ lift and do a drag link flip i need to have 3″ bump stops to keep it from contacting the frame.
    how much have i really gained?

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