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Unread 04-19-2013, 10:47 PM   #1
theguywithjeeps
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1989 MJ Comanche 
 
Join Date: May 2012
Location: Lorain, Ohio
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a lot of new parts

hi everyone, i have a 1989 jeep comanche 100% stock. so far i replaced
ball joints (upper and lower)
all tie rods
wheel bearings
steering stabilizer
and track bar
all breaks
had alignment done
and this is what im dealing with. bump steer and when i turn sharp at low speeds it feels like bad u joints (its a 2wd) and quite a bit of negative camber and exessive wear on out side of tire AND i checked to make sure axle tube is straight
any ideas? thanks for reading

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