Well. I brought the WJ in to a local shop for them to look at the dog tracking/ bad thrust angle. It was concluded that the LCA's in the rear needed to be replaced. Well that helped a lot with the thrust angle, but its still there. Which means the whole axle assembly is tweaked
So... Im buying a used 44a axle housing with 71,000 miles on it for 450 bucks. Hopefully this is the end of this.
Did you even jack up from the axle? I was worried about this
I think we all just need a beer. :cheers2: (courtesy of ChrisHager)
This forum is a double edge blade, it's saved me thousands in repairs and cost me thousands in mods
I changed my two upstream O2 sensors today with Denso universals, so far they're working great. (I didn't have any lights, just figured at ~110k miles I might as well see if I can get a bit better mileage out of it).
99' WJ, 2.5" Rusty's, Bilstein 5100's, JKS TrackBar, Moog SuperTrailBoss
"With enough fabbing, time & $, it's certainly possible.
That being said, it's like boinkin' your sister...just because you can, doesn't mean you should." - Double E
ordered synergy ball joints for the d30 yesterday, bearing kit for the new 44a from kolak last week, and going to start buying parts for the ruff stuff 1-ton over the knuckle steering. working a deal locally on some 35" maxxis bighorns, trepadors, or nitto grapplers. hopefully it'll pan out so i HAVE to trim soon
Build In Progress...[url]http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f22/03-wj-limited-build-she-needs-name-1113549/[/url]
It's a Jeep, it's not supposed to work right all the time.
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