Asking ya'll owls to hopefully get answers quickly. Tomorrow I'm going to Colts preseason, 2nd row behind visitors bench! (Eagles with no Vick) So I wanna check some things before the 100 mile trek R.T.
I was straighting my steering wheel and checked my tracking. I'm off 1/4"-3/8". What causes that? It was dead on when I put the adj track on. Would it be the top CA on the pumpkin having alot of side to side play it looks like? The difference is to the right side! Picture below.
And I measured from inner tire to frame by sway links. Pic below.
Thirdly, I think I have a axle seal leak. Agreed?
Thanks guys! I'm passing out from long day & night! Greatly appreciated!!
3" IRO, Bilstein's, 32" KM's on 17" Soft 8's
Hard to tell, exactly but is that upper trac-bar end centered in the mounting bracket (bushing in relation to the bolt going through it) in the first pic? It appears to be shifted outboard approximately 1/4-3/8 inch in relation to the bolt in that pic. I had a similar issue with mine. When I tightened mine, my kids had been playing with my torque wrench and I did not realize it was not tight enough. My axle shifted in similar fashion. I re-centered and re-torqued to spec and problem solved.
2003 Grand Cherokee Overland, 4 inch Rough Country Lift, upgraded to Rusty's Front Long Arm, JKS Adjustable Trac-Bar
yep you need some axle seals, tho's axle seals are fun... i did them on my dads 01 WJ..
-1998 grand cherokee 5.9- custom intake, MTX sledge hammer sub with two JBL audio speakers in the rear doors and JVC deck, Westin safari bar with two 6' lights, Yakima load warrior with reverse lights, Hooker aero chamber muffler.