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Old April 5th, 2008, 06:02 PM   #12
tom77cj5
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Originally Posted by jeepguy74 View Post
i dont agree i had a similiar problem woth my yj it was all over the road...got to thinking it was balljoints or tierod ends got to looking at it while my gf was turning the wheel and noticed that my track bar bushing was shot and the steering would push the whole jeep(move it side to side almost a inch either way...fixed the bushing and now i have no problems at all...i think it all depends on how flexy your springs are as to if you need one or not (ie) BDS springs wont need them but rustys will or whatever

just my feelings
yes when you move the wheel the jeep moves not the wheels i cut it and looked around for a piece of steel but came up short so i guess ill do it next week some time
anywho the jeep isnt really all over the road its just not right when changing lanes or turning
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