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Unread 10-15-2012, 02:55 PM   #1
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Question 2004 WJ - Front End Question (Ball Joints)

Guys -

My 2004 WJ has about 100K on it. I've got new shocks, new tierod ends
and a new steering stabilizer on it. Also replaced both from wheel hubs.

I still get a pull when hitting uneven road surfaces, which is normal here in NJ

Ball joints are good, no movement there.

I don't see unusual wear on the bushings in the track bar, but at the mileage, it may not hurt to replace it. Also rear ball joint has not been replaced.

But what I'm thinking it may be, is that when I had the front end aligned, the readout indicated that the caster and camber are off. Not a lot, but according to the tech, enough to make the jeep wander a little on uneven

So, has anyone installed the adjustable balljoints from Moog? And if so, do you replace all four? How hard are they to setup and adjust? Something
I can install myself and then have the shop setup for caster/camber?



2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Rocky Mountain Edition
4.0L/42RE 4-Speed Automatic
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