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post #1471 of 2401 Old 06-09-2013, 07:09 PM Thread Starter
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So I need to figure out a way to hook my steering stab back up, and on know of a kit for the tre end that will fit of 1.50 dom? I am talking about the kind that has mini u bolts on it. I tried adding 2 oz of bbs to the front tire and it didt help much :/when it start to wobble I can watch the tire wobble!


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post #1472 of 2401 Old 06-09-2013, 07:13 PM
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So I need to figure out a way to hook my steering stab back up, and on know of a kit for the tre end that will fit of 1.50 dom? I am talking about the kind that has mini u bolts on it. I tried adding 2 oz of bbs to the front tire and it didt help much :/when it start to wobble I can watch the tire wobble!
Steering stabilizers are over rated and don't do ****, at least on my jeep lol.

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I thought the same thing but my front end it tight/ tires are balance (at least I think)/ my toe is good/ so I guess it's back to a band aid fix :/........ And you got to keep in mind you are running 35 km2s which run small and I am runnin 37 pbr's on beadlocks which in my head is a whole other type of fruit haha!

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I thought the same thing but my front end it tight/ tires are balance (at least I think)/ my toe is good/ so I guess it's back to a band aid fix :/........ And you got to keep in mind you are running 35 km2s which run small and I am runnin 37 pbr's on beadlocks which in my head is a whole other type of fruit haha!
Yeah your PBR's are big and mean but there's no way a steering stabilizer is going to fix any shacking or wobbles in your steering. A stabilizer is really just to tighten up the steering for when you hit a bump in the road. I've come to the conclusion while trying to fix my shaking at around 60 mph that its just the way it is because I'm running a tire with a ton of rubber and a Giant side wall. It's not going to drive like a regular vehicle with normal tires.

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Yeah your PBR's are big and mean but there's no way a steering stabilizer is going to fix any shacking or wobbles in your steering. A stabilizer is really just to tighten up the steering for when you hit a bump in the road. I've come to the conclusion while trying to fix my shaking at around 60 mph that its just the way it is because I'm running a tire with a ton of rubber and a Giant side wall. It's not going to drive like a regular vehicle with normal tires.

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I hear you there but this wobble wast there before I rotate and up graded the steering, I am just stumped.......the wobble is intermittent and start around 35 mph!

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I hear you there but this wobble wast there before I rotate and up graded the steering, I am just stumped!
Oh I see. You can try a stabilizer but I seriously doubt it will help. Sorry lol.

How did your jeep drive on the highway with those tires before the steering upgrades?

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I hear you there but this wobble wast there before I rotate and up graded the steering, I am just stumped.......the wobble is intermittent and start around 35 mph!
Does the wobble go away as you go faster or does it get worse? Have you tried to "unrotate" your tires to test if the wobble goes away?

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Does the wobble go away as you go faster or does it get worse? Have you tried to "unrotate" your tires to test if the wobble goes away?
I havet had it over 45 yet and I plan to un rotate to see if it helps its just a lot easy at work with air tools, and cdw it throw nice and smooth on the hwy before the steering which deleted the steering stab and the rotate so I am not sure which of these to things caused it!

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I havet had it over 45 yet and I plan to un rotate to see if it helps its just a lot easy at work with air tools, and cdw it throw nice and smooth on the hwy before the steering which deleted the steering stab and the rotate so I am not sure which of these to things caused it!

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I'd say change the tire back!

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I'd say change the tire back!

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I plan on it but the spool ist that nice to the rear tires haha

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The Spool could have caused a funny wear pattern that is causing it?


I have seen such things before.

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The Spool could have caused a funny wear pattern that is causing it?

I have seen such things before.
It could of I guess.....it Doest like like it but we know how that goes!

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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.

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