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Unread 12-03-2013, 11:01 PM   #1
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I lifted the jeep and used jk shocks and springs along with 2 inch spacers in the front. I also put on JK 18 in wheels and tires... Oh and changed out my sway bar links... Now if I hit a bump going over 25-30 j feel a wobble in the front end and if I'm highway driving 50+ it wobbles enough to pull me off the road!!! Any thoughts!! ??

To elaborate about hitting a bump it's like when the road transitions from asphalt to concrete it will make the front end wobble pretty bad...

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Unread 12-05-2013, 08:34 PM   #2
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Have you checked your wheel bearings? I have a 2.5 lift on mine, 3.5" back spacing and I added a 1.75 spacer. Wore out my driver side bearing in 2 months. Or where you referring to coil spacers and not wheel spacers? How many miles you have? I have also seen where the steering box can get some slop with high miles.
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