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Unread 07-22-2011, 09:26 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by gargyle View Post
That may be, but it works fine on my Jeep. I do not have any of those problems. However, it never goes off-road, it's pretty much a street only vehicle.
the front track bar hitting the diff cover has nothing to do with going off-road, and the rear track bar binding is easily seen on a lift in a shop. you don't have to go off-road to have problems you don't know about.

might want to check for these problems.

this was all street driving...track bar vs diff cover.

Good luck

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