After lifting your Cherokee, you may find that the rear wheels have moved forward just a bit. This is due to the 3 link design of our rear suspension, and occurs due to our non adjustable trailing arms. As you lift your rear suspension, the wheels move forward.
By placing these in between the trailing arms and the body of their corresponding bolts, you are able to counteract the forward positioning effect. It is advised to purchase these spacers if your Cherokee is FWD or ADI or if you are changing your tire size larger. When lifting the rear with ADII or Trailhawk models, these still can be used especially when doing the MFC+ lift (Combination of MFC and Dobinson's)
Made of the same aluminum as all of our parts, these are guaranteed to stand the test of time. Coated satin black, they match the underside of your Jeep perfectly.
A guide for understanding what suspension you have is noted below and if you should have them: