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4literheep
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Jeep Information

Year:1995

Model:cherokee country

Engine:4.0L HO

Transmission:4 spd auto

Transfer Case:231 j

Front Axle:stock ?

Rear Axle:stock ?

Axle Gear Ratio:4:10

Suspension:3 inch lift

Tires:28x9.50

Wheels:15 inch crager


this is my first time on this forum
i am having some trouble with my jeep
its a daily driver not serious off road toy
i just replaced a tierod end and now everything is out of wack
the wheels are straight the best i can tell but to get to the point i cant drive it over 35 mph it has MASSIVE death wobble and i dont have any idea what to do can someone please help me
aqny suggestions would be greatly appreciated

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mark1832001
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09-10-2012, 06:59 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by 4literheep
this is my first time on this forum
i am having some trouble with my jeep
its a daily driver not serious off road toy
i just replaced a tierod end and now everything is out of wack
the wheels are straight the best i can tell but to get to the point i cant drive it over 35 mph it has MASSIVE death wobble and i dont have any idea what to do can someone please help me
aqny suggestions would be greatly appreciated
I'm new here too. I had a death wobble too. I just replaced the passenger side wheel hub and axle u joint. I still have a little wobble between 50 and 55 .


Jeepinphily
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View Jeepinphily's Jeep
09-14-2012, 07:46 AM
Check out your track bar, it's probably the culprit at this point, good luck


rcolton
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09-14-2012, 10:40 PM
I had this same problem with my Comanche, and my bother had it on his Cherokee. on both it ended up being the control arm bushing that are in the top of the axle.


mark1832001
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09-17-2012, 08:14 AM
Thanks



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