Originally Posted by jutgin
Originally Posted by Imped View Post
Are you getting vibes during accelerating/decelerating? If that's the only time you get vibes then its your pinion angles.
98 TJ Currie arms-RC 2.5 coils-RC 2.0 shocks-1.25 BL-TF rear track bar-custom bumpstops-mud-scratches-gas.
When I did mine, I put the rear on jackstands, removed the rear tires, and ran it like that at all speeds to see if there was driveline vibration without the possibility of feeling vibration from the wheels.
i would say it is the rear output shaft nut torque spec. in the destructions they call for i believe 150ft-lbs i found this to not be enough and tightented mine to 185 and the vibes went away. your pinion angle can be set to the eye i believe. you want your ujoint at the axle to be as straight as possible
Originally Posted by TheOrffs View Post
2013 Wrangler Sport
Thanks for your help everyone it was the pinion angle. I just fixed a couple minutes ago. All i had to do was lengthen the rear upper control arms to straighten out the pinion angle. I also just fixed the lean of the jeep. The jeep was leaning to the passenger side by like an inch and i used the sway bar links to fix it.
Originally Posted by biffgnar View Post
OP, good to hear you got it fixed, happy wheeling!
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