The new steering linkages are great. Super duper strong. I imagine it will cause something else to fail because it is leaps and bounds stronger than everything else in the steering.
I have noticed that since the linkages where installed the torque from the engine either under hard acceleration or jumping out of the throttle will cause the jeep to steering one way or the other. Under hard acceleration the jeep will pull right. Then if I jump out of the skinny pedal the jeep will pull left.
I took it in to the alignment shop and its as close to perfect as they can get it. It has to be the suspension and steering changing angles as the engine torque, torques everything up.
When driving straight no acceleration, it is straight as an arrow.
My fuel filler neck was simple. I took a long pry bar and not so gently removed the plastic neck down and roll over valve.
So yes if I roll over I will spill diesel, that's a design flaw that I am aware of. But I don't really four wheel that crazy that I am in danger of rolling.
The fuel filler neck otherwise appears stock and and functions normally. Diesel pump fits in with room to spare.
For those of you running your stock TJ fuel pump as a lift pump, is yours still working. Mine is not. I read on 4BT swaps that most peoples pump went bad because the pump wasn't designed for diesel. Mine lasted about a year. The engine driven pump seems to be making up for it with no problems.
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