It seems like the perches are bound to be toast on every WJ, regardless of how clean the rest of it is. I'm considering ordering a perch kit before I even pull it apart to save time.
If you haven't already got the spring back on, would you mind taking a couple measurements of the replacement buckets?Finished the 2nd coat of paint on my rebuilt front spring perches. Tomorrow I will continue to install the 3" IRO lift. All work ground to a halt when I got the lower spring isolators off the front lowers and discovered the perches where swiss cheese.
Probably the effect of different tire brands/models/wear level/etc. If they were the same model then the difference should be the same as a calculator would spit out unless they have terrible quality control when making tires.wranglertec said:According to the online calculators there is only supposed one a 1/2 height difference and 10mm width difference. Nope I had them side by side off the vehicle. It was 3/4 inch height difference and at least 1/2 or more width. The JK rims fill out the wells better.
You can say that again! I thought people were being overdramatic about it when I read about it. Bringing my 92 YJ home down the nearly deserted highway I got it while passing someone (luckily with a proper passing lane and not just crossing to the other side). It shook so bad everything was just a blur so I was half guessing where to steer lol.you never forget your first! >
Not all combustion is equal. How things burn has an effect on the output products, which matters more than just the amount of fuel going in.i'm all for cleaner air, but i'm not sure how the air gets cleaner, when you have to burn more gas to get the same results?
9/16" didn't fit either. I'm not sure where the guy on the assembly line found these nuts but I really wish they would've picked up the correct ones. I'm just going to leave them for now and hope the bushings don't complain too much.Original size is 15mm nut with T50 head. Somebody may have replaced it. Try a 9/16".
It's in the boot that goes between the body and the door, right at the door end (it actually clips into the boot). As far as I could see there wasn't a plug in the kick panel.I need to do this to my 04 overland, just haven't tore into it yet. This repair harness you bought does it plug in on the inside of the kick panel or does it plug in inside of door?
The annoying part is that it stops even with my finger on the button. I'm used to holding the button from most of my other vehicles, even my old XJ that I only managed to get to auto-down once in the dozen or so years that my family owned it.I understand your frustration but, hey, at the end of the day you just have to keep your finger on the button - just like we used to in the early days of leccie windows - no big deal.