jeep is driving horrible.
so I lifted the jeep last week. and I have always owed jeeps. I know they don't drive like butter, but I had to pull over when I was rainin because I would have lost control. I have to grip me wheel so tight just to keep it in the lane. its a 4 inch rough country, I am only running 30's on it. should I just go have it aligned?
Do you have an sye and new CV driveshaft or a trans drop? does it shake at different speeds or is it the steering wheel wobbling back in forth like "death wobble"? Also after any lift a good idea is an alignment because of all the changes that were just done.
Originally Posted by Stud_man50 View Post
You will need an alignment if one wasn't done after you lifted it, also check out bleepinjeep.com he has some very good easy to understand videos explaining "the death wobble" and what causes it and fixes for it.
You can and should check your toe-in. Just use a tape measure and adjust the tie rod so that the front tires are about 1/8" closer together at the front than at the rear. There are lots of posts with more specific directions if you need them. But not setting this before you drive it will cause it to wander all over the place.
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