Will i need new stearing stablizers if i put a three inch lift on my xj?
I've got a 99 Xj 4.0 with a stock suspension will I need new stabilizers if I lift it 3 inches?
You don't even really need a steering stabilizer. I'm running 3.5" of lift and 33's and my steering stabilizer snapped in two so I took it off and have been running fine without one for 3 months.
1998 XJ Cherokee classic / 3.5 inch tuff country suspension lift / 33in Hankook Dynapro MT's / Bushwacker fender flares / warrior (d-ringless) steel front bumper
Flexin' cars for the stars and bars. 'Merica.
Originally Posted by chalivingston View Post
After lifting, what you need to do is remove the SS, do a proper front- end alignment, drive for a awile to make sure you don't get DW, only then install a new SS if you want to run one. If you plan to wheel your Jeep, I'd strongly consider swapping to stronger aftermarket stuff (or at least do a ZJ V8 tierod swap). Also make sure all steering and suspension components are in top notch condition. Loose/ worn parts in the front cause DW and other steering- related issues, which are not cured by an SS. You can run one if you want, it definitely won't hurt anything.
Originally Posted by CitadelXJ View Post
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