If you don't drive it down the interstate then you are perfectly fine with what you got. Hitting a bridge bump at 80 mph is scary as hell with bump steer. Only way I can see to fix it is a completely custom track bar but that is alot of work.
Also to get on the same page, when I say full bump I mean both sides full stuffed. I'm telling you to check because that is where I had issues and I had to limit my travel so that the tie rod doesn't go banging into the pitman arm. But I have roughly 2 inches of stretch in the front
no doors, no top, no problems
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