not today but friday, ive been internet less an phone took a poop on me, went to ECGS and got to see the heep flex out with the new dana 60's under her. pic in build thread.
SILVER&BLACK 02 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 4.7L V8 HO, Clayton 6" liftT w/ Bilstien 5100's and 2in pucks , 37X12.5 Nitto Trail Grappler M/T's on red and black Creeper Locks, front and back Dana 60 w/ ARB lockers, Chromolly shafts and 5.13 gears, ARB compressor, Flowmaster 50 exhuast, K&N FIPK, IRO front bumper and flares, and Cobra 29NW with firestick antenna.
I spent $2,700 at the stealership replacing virtually everything in the rear end except for the wheel hubs themselves. Swaybars, linkages, half-shaft...the list just went on and on. So that's the bad news.
The good news is that it doesn't make a sound now when going down the road and is a WHOLE lot more stable turning corners. lol
but seriously, you could have done a major upgrade.
What he meant was even without a stabilizer you should not have death wobble if there is no issues with the suspension components, geometry, alignment, etc. If the case of death wobble is mild however a steering stabilizer will cure the issue but it is kinda a band-aid so to speak.
I never had death wobble until I bashed my steering stabilizer on a rock and it was locked up and bent. I have gone through everything in the suspension and everything is good to go, got it aligned a month ago. Dunno, but throwing the new one on completely killed the issue.
2000 WJ.6 inch lift Rough Country 4" Lift, BB 2" lift, Pro Comp Steering Stabilizer, Rough Country Adjustable Trackbar, Rough Country Swaybar Quick Disconnects, Spidertrax 1.25 Wheelspacers, 265/75R16 AT's, K&N Filter
Soon to come: 35's, Longarms, Lockers and Gears
Yeah its a pretty easy process and sadly the drivers side is always the faded one. Oh well best $75 I spent on cosmetics for the WJ.
Yeah I learned how easy it was when i painted my grill.and installed the hellas. Totally worth every penny, it makes it look much newer, and i didn't care for all the Orange on the stock lareado headlights.
slapped on some new shocks a couple days ago Thanks KOLAK for all your help, also picked up a pretty cool tool box for free from a friends dad, and finally did the rear seat mod that i hijacked from theksmith just in time for my hunting trip
Fixed the driver seat bracket, replaced a blinker bulb that I had no idea was out, put in some white LED License Plate bulbs, and installed HID's. I'm really enjoying starting to get familiar with my Jeep. And since I sold my Mustang, I'm gonna start having fun with the Jeep more and more. Already got some plans to lift it and throw on some bigger tires, now waiting for some funds...lol.
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