Upper / Lower Control Arms
Complete linkage (tie rods, sway bar end links, sway bar bushings)
Track Bar (2)
Rear Control Arms
Rear Track Bar
(have not changed the Ball Joints)
Good question. Just checked. 37psi all around.
Noticed that the jeep had a hard time stabilizing a couple of months ago after hitting bumps, etc. (i replaced the whole front end about a year ago - Moog components on the tie rods, etc. and Crown on the Control Arms and Track Bar).
Looked underneath, didn't see anything immediately.
Lifted it up, checked the tires for ball joints, etc. ... didn't notice anything.
Took it in to Tires Plus where I bought my tires in November, thinking that maybe one of the weights had fallen off, or perhaps the alignment had slipped out. They rotated, balanced, re-aligned. The issue remained.
Drove it for about another week ... had another shop look at it (Firestone owns Tire Plus and honors the lifetime packages).
He looked at the front tires and said "There's your problem. The tires are bad. See how they are wearing uneven? I will go ahead and warranty them under the Road Hazard, and I bet you'll be okay."
Two new tires, rotated and balanced, realigned ... driving home ... not as bad, but still there.
"Whatever" ... I thought.
Called around and found a shop that had a "Jeep guy."
Well, he just changed the Track Bar and replied ... it's a Jeep, that is just how these drive.
I have driven this Jeep since 1998 ... it is not "just how they drive."
I am leaning towards a bad Ball Joint ... as it would cause a unique wheel to be the identified with wear, while giving the whole steering a problem ... maybe?