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post #1456 of 2401 Old 06-04-2013, 09:14 PM Thread Starter
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So I got the knuckles back and threw some paint on them and also took measurements for the draglink-22.25 and tre 40 inches. I plan on havering the shop cut and weld them soon!




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So I got the knuckles back and threw some paint on them and also took measurements for the draglink-22.25 and tre 40 inches. I plan on havering the shop cut and weld them soon!
Looks good!

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Steering is done, I put it on the alignment rack at work only to find that I eyeball set the toe dead on. All I had to do was adjust the draglink






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Did you cycle that yet? The drag link and tie rod look really close in the pic.

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Did you cycle that yet? The drag link and tie rod look really close in the pic.
I have't flexed it out yet if that's what you mean, it does fine on the st, I do plan to replace my springs at some point so that should help!

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Are you using the "high angle drank link TRE" ruff stuff sells or is it the "standard TRE" for the TRE on the pitman arm? Set up looks really good man
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Are you using the "high angle drank link TRE" ruff stuff sells or is it the "standard TRE" for the TRE on the pitman arm? Set up looks really good man
It the high angle draglink tre at the pitman arm, and thanks!

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Looks good, but I have a feeling your pitman arm TRE is going to hit the tie rod when you flex you driver side. It looks really close in the picture, especially knowing as the spring flexes the tie rod is going to move forward. LouieYJ had the same issue. I got the ruffstuff 3/4" Heim steering so basically similar to yours but with Heims. Looks good in red!
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Ok so I drove up my buddies yj (33s) to see if it would hit but it clear fine not saying it won't stuff more but........






On a side note after rotating my tires on the way home a had a small wobble in the steering wheel......do you guys think it would matter if a added a couple oz of off air soft bbs to my dyna beads?

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I would hook up a stabilizer first and check air pressures first. It's probably just road imperfections your feeling from not running a stabilizer.

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I would hook up a stabilizer first and check air pressures first. It's probably just road imperfections your feeling from not running a stabilizer.
It drove fine till I rotated tho?!? I tho the same path twice after the steering and nothing, the second I rotated bam the wobble came. The pressures are all at 19-20 PSI! None the less what do you guys think about mixing air soft bbs with dyna beads!

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