do I need to align my CJ post-lift?
It's been somewhat of a mystery to me how an old CJ-7 maintains alignment anyway— seems weird to use computers & lasers & all to align the wheels on a vehicle built that way and intended to be used in that way. I put my lift springs on a few months ago, but it's now about to see a little highway and I was just wondering if there's any actual point to having the thing aligned. Is it necessary after a lift? Is it recommended?
The problem with Jeeps is that everyone fancies himself some kind of Adventurer after he buys one. As if courage, or ruggedness, can be had for a mere $27,745 MSRP