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Unread 10-12-2013, 11:33 PM   #1
nnzaayer
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front end problems

Hey this is my first tine posting. Im working on a 1996 jeep grand cheroke.4x4. The steering is crazy on this thing. Its all over the road and it shacks and bounces ever where. I replaced all balljoints brakes and callipers. It has a pro comp explore lift that is worn out. The lower control arm brkts are worn out the bushings are egg shsped. So hered the question. Im replacing the ftont lower control arm brkts axle onew. Sonebody put stock lower control arms back on it. Will they work with the lift and how fo you set castor angle and at what degree after replacing the axle brackets

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