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I have a 2018 Cherokee with the ad1 I have seen others on here use a rear wheel centering kit or the trailhawk rear trailing arms. Do I just need to add the rear wheel centering kit? Or do I need to use both the rear wheel centering kit and the trailhawk rear trailing arms to get centered? I don’t want to spend money on both if I don’t need to. I just want to be able to get the rear wheels in alignment as best as I can and up my tires without rubbing.
 

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Just picked up a set of King piggy back coilovers and gonna link the rear.
Currently looking at TMR's high clearance trailing arm kit and Ruff Stuff Specialties trailing arms.
The TMR arms would require a wobble stopper on the frame side mounts and I'm not sure how much that would limit flex.





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