I tried threading it in as far as possible, but then I try to adjust it to straighten the steering wheel and it locks up, so I have to rotate the drag link the other way in order to get a straight wheel, thus offsetting the pitman arm.
for the driver's side door popping... take a look at the hinge bushings. I am not sure how the hinges are set up in the WJ but on my ZJ my hinge bushings were bad causing some sag in the door and definitely causing some popping when operating the door. I would suggest the "HELP" section door hinges and bushings but they wore out on my jeep in less than a year ...
1993 ZJ 4.0L AX-15 2" BB Rola Roof Rack, Warn 8274, 235/75/R15 BFG AT's, that's about all for now...
I believe theres a write up floating around somewhere on the sagging door problem and a cheap fix using parts from autozone or somewhere vs the $60 from the dealer. What causes the popping is like he said the hinge bushings wear down and allow the door to sag, which puts increased load on the roller wheels that keep your door from closing on you, causing the pop. unfortunately I believe the hinge pins have a flat head on both ends and you have to drill off one end to remove them. If you cant find the write up try hosing them in PB blaster every morning for a few days, it restores rubber and poly bushings.
[SIZE="1"][B]95 ZJ 5.2[/B]- D30/XJ shafts/D35 Yukon alloys,249, 2"BB, 30x9.5"Wildcat EXT,lots of motor mods, rancho shocks & stabilizer.[/SIZE]
[QUOTE=slayercr23;12630497]How would i go about Stroking it?[/QUOTE]