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get rid of the drop pitman arm and keep an eye on your steering gear box.

or lengthen and relocate your track bar. unless you don't drive it that much. then just drive it like you stole it when you do !! :naughty:
 
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get rid of the drop pitman arm and keep an eye on your steering gear box.

or lengthen and relocate your track bar. unless you don't drive it that much. then just drive it like you stole it when you do !! :naughty:
1.) thats a stock pitarm.


2.) I have no plans on installing/buying this in any near future I was just curious
 

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Bike Dude
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read up on bump steer and what causes it :thumb:
Double checked to be sure but here you go
http://www.quadratec.com/jeep_knowledgebase/article-68.htm

And heres a quick idea of how this set-up works to minimize bump steer

In this system it is simply keeping the change in distance between the steering and track bar mount to a minimum to stop bump steer. The cause of bump steer.



This is just a rough idea of lengths 30" track bar and 32" steering spaced about 3" apart
 

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I don't see how you'd figuring that the track bar and drag link are working against each other. they may not be perfectly parellel but they aren't to far off.

And if they were it would cause bump steer, not death wobble
 
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