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Chrissblue97tj
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Jeep Information

Year:1997

Model:Wrangler TJ

Engine:4 cylinder

Transmission:Stock

Transfer Case:Stock

Front Axle:Stock

Rear Axle:Stock

Axle Gear Ratio:Stock

Suspension:Stock Monroe

Tires:30x9.5x15

Wheels:Original

Armor:No

Recovery Gear:No

Accessories:Yj hardtop modified

Future Modifications:Snow plow/winch/bumper


Since my first assigned jeep in the military in the 60's, I'm liking getting into my first owned TJ. Question: it's a 97 TJ with 154k miles. First thing I did is replace shocks and front sway bar connectors, but I still have noticeable sway on level roads. I've inspected all the other suspension connections front and back, but can't find anything else that has play in it. Any ideas, what am I missing?

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97whiteTJ
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09-24-2013, 11:02 PM
Sway
Does it sway due to you steering right and left or is it not turning right left on its own?







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