I just lifted jeep drove it around no problem. Took it off road was fine. Once I left and got it to 40-45 shook lil bit but did that before I went off road but now when I hit the brakes It feels like the front end is about to come apart. I thought my wheel was coming off that's what it sounded. The coil springs in front are curved in them like axle moved 1/4 to 1/2 in over. Not sure if this is the cause of it. Not sure how to fix this.
Just 3 in. It was all center when I drove around town but when I flexed and took it off road it shifted over. To me that seems weird but I was gentle off road and was not abusive to it. I was thinking adjusting the bar near the steering box but not an expert. I'm thinking the suspension settled that's why it happened.
Have someone watch the passenger side of the axle and the driver side near the frame. there is a bar that goes from the frame to the passenger side mount on the axle. THAT is your trackbar. There IS a trackbar on both leaf and coil spring suspensions. This keeps the axle from shifting left to right (keeps it centered). With 3 inches of lift you MUST have either a trackbar relocation bracket, drilled new hole for the mount on the axle, or replace all together with a new adjustable trackbar. This is not in question, or the axle WILL shift and be adding stress to the suspension components.
If you are not sure what you are looking at, or how to make the necessary changes, take it to a reputable off-road/4x4 garage and they can do it. I hate suggesting taking it somewhere since I do my own work (have turned EVERY bolt on my jeep and done all installations myself) but not all can do that.
... Yea, I don't have anything special to say here.. don't feel like listing all mods to the TJ...
The alignment shop said track bar is loose that fix the axle and springs. My rotors and brakes being done and wheels ballenced tomorrow. My rotor is just a little bad some metal missing pads missed lil bit.