New lower control arm bushings all the way around. Not too bad of a repair, except for the front bolt on the front driver side control arm, that was tough to get to working around the brake rotor. I just turned my wheel all the way to the right, and then used like 20 inches of wrench extensions and a long breaker bar and pipe, and it came off nicely.
Also put in a new steering damper, to replace the stock one, and it made the wheel a lot easier to turn. Baby steps.
And replaced my upstream oxygen sensor with an NTK. That sure was fun getting that b-word off... But it fixed my stalling out problem when I started my Jeep.
Up next is the viscous coupler! I'm excited for this one, and I'll take lots of pictures and maybe some video. We will see...
1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited Edition 4.0L
3.55 axles, stock pretty much everything, except for a PSC steering gear and fuel injectors