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post #61 of 364 Old 01-11-2012, 07:29 AM
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I need to order a replacement rodend(heim joint) for my crappy skyjacker front adjustable trackbar for my TJ. The local shop said its causing my death wobble and needs to be replaced. Ive got the specs on it that skyjacker gave me.

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post #62 of 364 Old 01-11-2012, 09:48 AM Thread Starter
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Hey, Im looking for a good steering set up for my 03 rubicon. I am currently running 33" on a 3" lift. and am at the 100k mark and steering parts are wearing out. i would rather over do the steering cause this summer Im putting metal cloak fenders and either 35" or 37". I really want sonething that will hold up to trail and street abuse. I was looking at RRO high steer kit. Got any ideas on what will work for me without breaking the bank?
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Hey, Im looking for a good steering set up for my 03 rubicon. I am currently running 33" on a 3" lift. and am at the 100k mark and steering parts are wearing out. i would rather over do the steering cause this summer Im putting metal cloak fenders and either 35" or 37". I really want sonething that will hold up to trail and street abuse. I was looking at RRO high steer kit. Got any ideas on what will work for me without breaking the bank?
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As usual, the boss is a slavedriver...

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As usual, the boss is a slavedriver...
I'm actually a damned good boss!

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The best steering for less than the rest

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Get it working the right way, when done correctly you shouldn't really need a steering stabilizer...Terrible invention, just a way to mask an obvious error...

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Get it working the right way, when done correctly you shouldn't really need a steering stabilizer...Terrible invention, just a way to mask an obvious error...
I am really bothered by new vehicles that have steering stabilizers. Even the manufacturers make way too many compromises...

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I am not an engineer but sometimes I don't think they are either...

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Time to get it steering straight

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This is another thing people ignore when doing any kind of lift, don't ignore yours!

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