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post #1486 of 2401 Old 06-09-2013, 10:08 PM Thread Starter
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When you took the knuckles off did you check your ball joints? My guess is bad ball joints or a hub. With as big as a tire you got that's a lot of stress on those itty bitty things.
Yeah I mad sure to check those before I had is all back together, I also jack it up and shook the front end down before I added some bbs to the front tires. Every thing is tight as a tiger........I also just go down re reefing down the tre nuts I did get a .25 turn out of the LF nut so maybe just maybe that's the problem. Oh yeah I also just re tourqed the shackle/bolts as well but I am about to tuck it in for the night. Will report back in the am if there is any difference!

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S I am looking at getting one of these and just getting a stud welded to it for the tre mount for the steering stab thoughts on this?

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While your fabbing up a mount for the stabilizer, just save up and go hydraulic assist. That's my next ticket item after I upgraded mine to ruff stuff steering. Seems a shame to bolt up a stabilizer that is almost the same diameter as the DOM in the steering. Anyways, maybe it will help, but rotating tires would be the first thing.
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Something like this fit on my CJ when I had 1 ton steering. Both ends bolt on. I wonder if your tires are flat spotting with 19 psi. How long does it sit? Do you let the tires warm up? Do you believe in unicorns?

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I ordered the ballistic fab mount Monday, I doubt it will fix my issue tho, I think it's a combo of worn leaf spring bushings and aggressive tires on beadlocks. I would love a set of street Tires and wheels for it like the toyo mts.

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I ordered the ballistic fab mount Monday, I doubt it will fix my issue tho, I think it's a combo of worn leaf spring bushings and aggressive tires on beadlocks. I would love a set of street Tires and wheels for it like the toyo mts.
Time for a trailer
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Time for a trailer
If I could afford a trailer and had some where to store one I would have already!

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A trailer would be less than rims and tires.

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A trailer would be less than rims and tires.
True but I could always sell my pbr's and beadlocks locks for a more streetable tire......

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My hands down favorite road/mud tire is the toyo, all tho my pitbulls run circles around them off road!

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Toyo MT is an incredibly versatile tire, but it isn't the best at any one thing.

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Toyo MT is an incredibly versatile tire, but it isn't the best at any one thing.
Which is why i am looking at going back to what I know!

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Which is why i am looking at going back to what I know!

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If you change tires again you'll have to do another body lift

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