TeraFlex Factory Tie Rod Steering Stabilizer Relocation Kit Jeep Wrangler JK 2007-2018



  • 6061 Aluminum Clamp
  • Forged 10.9 Stud
  • Improves Clearance
  • Easy To Install

TeraFlex Factory Tie Rod Steering Stabilizer Relocation Kit for 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 Jeep JK Wranglers.

Tired of hitting your 2007-2018 Jeep JK Wrangler's steering stabilizer while out on the trail? Then you are going to want this TeraFlex Factory Tie Rod Steering Stabilizer Relocation Kit from CJ Pony Parts! This kit takes the steering stabilizer and relocates it up and out of the way for better clearance.

TeraFlex Tie Rod Steering Stabilizer Relocation Kit 1123140 Features and Benefits:
- Relocates steering stabilizer up nearly 2.5”
- Improves clearance
- Reduces damage to steering stabilizer
- 6061 aluminum clamp
- Forged 10.9 stud

The steering stabilizer on your JK hangs low and can get in the way during your off road adventures. So this TeraFlex Tie Rod Steering Stabilizer Relocation Kit takes the steering stabilizer and moves it up 2.5” for improved clearance and to reduce damage to the stabilizer shaft or body. The kit uses a 6061 aluminum clamp and forged 10.9 stud that repositions the steering stabilizer to reduce tie rod roll which causes a dead spot of unresisted movement in your steering.

Please Note: Fits all OEM JK Wrangler tie rods, or tie rods with 1-3/8" diameter tubing.

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Order this TeraFlex 1123140 Factory Tie Rod Steering Stabilizer Relocation Kit for your 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 or 2018 Jeep JK Wrangler from CJ Pony Parts today!

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Installation Difficulty


Novice skill is required for this installation.

Installation Videos

Video Transcript

When going off-roading, it's important to get as much ground clearance as possible, so today we're going to be installing this TeraFlex Steering Stabilizer Relocation Kit, fitting your 2007 to 2017 Jeep Wrangler.

This kit from TeraFlex mounts on the factory tie rod or aftermarket one with 1-/38" tubing to relocate the steering stabilizer up to 2-1/2" to protect it when off-road. It features a high quality aluminum clamp and a forged stud for maximum durability as well as everything else we need for installation, so today we're going to install it on our 2008 Jeep Wrangler.

Tools you'll need for this installation: 15mm socket, an extension, 3/16 hex key, a 3/8 ratchet, 18mm socket, 19mm socket, a torque wrench, 18mm wrench, 19mm wrench, 21mm wrench. You might need a set of pliers and you'll need a marker and a tape measure.

Installing this relocation kit's pretty simple. The first thing we're going to do is remove the steering stabilizer. Place an 18mm wrench or ratchet on the back side of the stabilizer and remove the nut. Remove the stabilizer from the mount. Remove the bolt on the other end of the stabilizer and remove the stabilizer. Grab a 15mm socket and remove the track bar mount that's on the tie rod and slide it towards the passenger side. There's two ways you can remove this. You can either cut it and take it apart in two pieces, or you can pry it apart and slide it over the tie rod.

Just for safety before we remove the track bar bolt, we're going to support the axle with a pole jack. With the steering stabilizer completely removed, we're now going to remove this bolt right here on the track bar. Now, we're going to reinstall the stud that comes from the TeraFlex kit. We're going to replace the bolt for the track bar with this stud. Put away your 21mm wrench and grab an 18 and tighten this bolt into the factory nut.

The next thing you need to do isn't the easiest thing to do in the world. You might need some lubricant to help you out. You need to remove the sleeve that's in the bushing on the body portion of the stabilizer. Install one of the larger washers that comes with the kit. Then, install the stabilizer and the sleeve nut. We don't need to make this super tight just yet. We're just going to snug it up for now.

Now, we need to find the center of the stabilizer so we know where to mount it on the tie rod. We're going to fully collapse it and put a mark right here on the tie rod. That's where it's fully collapsed. Now, fully extend it. That's right there, and now we just need to find the center and that's where our aluminum clamp is going to go. Measuring from fully closed to fully open, that's 8", so the center is 4. We put a mark there and that's where our clamp is going to go.

Install your clamp right over the center mark and install the provided hardware. It's a good idea to put some Blue Loctite on these just so they don't back out. You're going to be tightening these bolts with a 3/6 hex key. Place that through the stabilizer and thread it into the clamp. Tighten the bolt with a 19mm wrench or socket. With the stabilizer attached to the clamp, you can tighten it to 46 foot pounds. Torque the stud down to 47 foot pounds as well. All we have to do now is torque these bolts on the clamp to six foot pounds, and your installation's finished.

Okay, we got our TeraFlex Steering Stabilizer Relocation Kit installed. Our stabilizer's up and out of the way. It's a lot more protected now and it looks pretty cool. Installation's really not that bad. It should take you less than an hour, and before you know, you'll be heading off-road.

Vehicle Fitment

This product will fit the following Wrangler years:

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