i have a 2000 tj with 6 cyl, 4" suspension lift, 33x12.5 r15 baja claw tires, SYE kit, tires are new and balanced, brakes and rotors are new, also u-joints are new (spicer).
the problem is that when coming to a stop 10 mph and less, i feel and hear a bad vibration. it gets annoying, and its everytime i stop. i changed the brakes, rotors and tires and put that SYE in to try and stop it, but its still there. i found that the lift brakett for the rear stabiliizer bar was loose, so i tightened it up but it still vibrates. can anyone tell me whats might be the problem so i can quit changing stuff that doesnt help, i going broke here.
maybe it is the tires after all, i thought it might not be since it did it with the other tires (truxus all terrains) but they had a some what directional tread too. one other thing i noticed was the driver side u joint front axle, the ones on the ends of the axle, has a little play in it, could that be the cause?
I simpathize wih you!! I just went through the same thing with my jeep and like you, I thought it was the brakes, tires etc. After spending money replacing all those things I finally took it to a shop to have them look at it and it turned out to be the transmission needed an overhaul. Now I'm debating if I should do a complete overhaul or start with flushing it and replacing the filter. But yea it's definately not the tires or brakes.