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post #1 of 5 Old 05-30-2009, 12:38 PM Thread Starter
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question about alinement specs for 97 GC with 4.5 inch lift???

ok so i have a 97 GC with a 4.5 inch RRO lift, when i first put on everything i got death wobble, it was fixed with a few alinements, wheel balance, and new control arm bushings. Now 2 weeks ago i took it to a shop to get an alinement because it looked like the front tires were wearing differently, after i got my jeep baq the DW came baq then i got a wheel balance and it was still there.(there is the short term history.)


So my question is what the castor, toe, camber, should be adjusted to with the amount of lift that i have because i dont know if the shop did it right, and the DW is getting on my nerves.

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post #2 of 5 Old 05-30-2009, 03:15 PM
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Do you have the adjustble track bars? Are all your bushings fine?
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ok so i have a 97 GC with a 4.5 inch RRO

STOP! STOP! STOP! I have heard enough. Nahhhhhhhhh I can't hear you Nahhhhhhh.

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STOP! STOP! STOP! I have heard enough. Nahhhhhhhhh I can't hear you Nahhhhhhh.
Yeah I was gonna say that the RRO part is the main problem

EDIT: His main issue is that hes on stock arms and TC drop
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EDIT: His main issue is that he bought the RRO kit

Fixed it. I agree Fraser

That kit is as complete as Dolly P. without the *****

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