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post #1 of 2 Old 02-26-2002, 03:03 AM Thread Starter
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Got a pop?

Ok all,
Here goes, installed a 3" teraflex lift. Only got the adjustable control arms for the upper and lower rear, nothing for the front. Relocated the front track bar on existing bracket, lowered the tranny 3/4 of an inch. Checked all connections to make sure they are secure and snug. On initial excellerations and upon braking, I get a farirly loud pop from under the drivers seat! Well, at least it is somewhere in that area. My first guess is... perhaps the u joint in front is binding and popping at the transfer case. It is not a constant occurance. There are times where I can't make it pop. I cannot see any visible indication of binding or of anything coming in contact with another part of the under carriage. Any thoughts?

Thanks in advance!

Turk


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98 JGC Laredo 4.0, 3" lift, Rustys adjustable UCA's & LCA's, Custom K&N intake, high flow exhaust, Jet chip Stage 2 and 32x11.5 BFG TA's
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post #2 of 2 Old 02-28-2002, 04:32 PM
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how did you install your shocks the factory bilsteen shocks are mounted up side down i bought pro comp shocks and installed them up side down they made a popping sound i simply took the shocks off and cycled them all the way up and down and installed them the right way this fixed my problem hope this helps

Matt
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Put your seat belt on I want to try something !!
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