I used the search function and wasn't able to find anyone with a similar set up to mine with this problem. I just did a shackle reversal. I needed to then correct the pinion and caster angle. While I had the axle out I finished my regear. (I had already done the rear and was waiting for $$$ to do the front). When I bolted the axle up, after correcting the angles, and lengthening the driveline, the drag link is waayyyyy too close to the spring. Upon steering full left it rubs the passenger spring. I run a jb4x4 raised steering bracket. Also, I am in a bind as I leave for college in less than a week so I need a quick fix. What can I do? Pics below.
Sometimes pics to me are a little hard to tell, but does it hav a dropped pitman arm on it now. It looks like it to me,.
Maybe a stock one would help get you back up high enough off the spring pack.. But plan on lowering those perches... You want them almost to point of allowing the center pin to touch the axle.
You need to change your spring perches. Or at least cut them down.
A factory pitman arm or a pitman arm with less drop might fix your binding problem but it could cause you other problems. Just do it right.
[COLOR="Red"][/COLOR][SIZE="5"][/SIZE]88 YJ- 4.7l stroker, AW4, SOA, 8.8, hp D30 powertrax no slip,3" front stretch with waggy springs, stock replacement springs in the rear, 35/12.5 r15 goodyear kevlars