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Old 04-03-2014, 11:17 AM   #1
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Caster Adjustment

I searched this quite a bit and found a lot on JK's. Can I adjust my caster on my TJ or do I need drops?

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I searched this quite a bit and found a lot on JK's. Can I adjust my caster on my TJ or do I need drops?
Some TJ's have adjustment cams on the front lower control arms, and many do not. Even if they have them, caster settings are only adjustable a degree or two. If you Jeep is lifted, and you need to adjust caster, you will have to install front adjustable control arms.

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I'm not sure thats the issue but i did list 2.5" and it is flighty in the front end while driving...
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Have you aligned it or had it aligned? Check the toe in and tire pressure. You shouldn't have lost too much caster with a 2.5" lift. What size tires are you running?
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Have you aligned it or had it aligned? Check the toe in and tire pressure. You shouldn't have lost too much caster with a 2.5" lift. What size tires are you running?
I'm willing to bet you hit the nail on the head here.

OP, check out this thread: DIY Alignment Kit and Steps w/Pics... - JeepForum.com. Gives you a great write up on how to align/check and adjust your toe in your driveway. Pretty easy to do and the correct toe may fix your issue. Good Luck!

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