Originally Posted by JeepFreak1982 View Post
You can even do a DIY one if you can weld
Another side note, an aluminum center section 44 was also used on some older vettes and vipers.
1998 ZJ Laredo 5.2L 139k 231 w/SYE artec trussed 8.8 4.25"F/5"R lift
measure from equal points on the axle. tires to fenders is a terrible method. anything involving using the tire to measure is inaccurate at best.
"frame" to the inside lip of the rim. It's getting dark so it's hard to see the tape measure. Yea i could get a flash light but i was already outside lol. Ill measure tomorrow to get the exact measurement. Now the drivers side rear is sitting slightly lower than the passenger rear due to the pad coil spring isolator. Im going to replace that friday night and see if that helps. Im sure one side sitting lower will cause the axle to shift. Only makes sense.
Kno Im bringing a old thread to life but my 97 gc 5.2 has the same problem. Rear tire on passenger side is about flush with fender while driver side is set in. Wondering if and how u corrected this.
Ok filled it out sorry for no being clear bout it. Stock height 97 5.2 on stock canyons. By holdingna string with a washer tied to it measuring to the hubs from the string I have 2 inches differnt from driver to passenger side. Axle is shifted to the passenger side roughly one inch. Thanks for any help
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