Originally Posted by BossierCity_WranglerJK
Nothing vibes it like when I hit a bump on the highway it gets sketchy. I don't know if it because I haven't gotten use to it or what. But I am wondering if a ave control relocation bracket would help by reducing the angle.
Yes..... You would benefit with the AEV brackets.
That's the problem I am having now. With my new double Carden front driveshaft the pinion has to be within 2 degrees of the shaft.
I have LCA's but I can't run the caster like i did with the stock DS.
So I have been adjusting them back trying to get the pinion up more. One more turn and in- and I am at stock. it handles a lot worse for sure.
If I were you, get the brackets, they're only $100
And not a bad idea to have some spare stock DS's.
Once you have aftermarket shafts it opens up a whole now ballgame.
Also - do you know what your toe setting is?