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Old 02-26-2012, 07:38 PM   #31
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Say what?

Jeep never wondered after the lift.
My thoughts exactly.

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Thanks Jay, will look into that. I am having trouble trying to understand what exactly it does since you are adding 2 new holes for it.

I honestly think I have to adjust the steering that people talk about, but dont really want to bother with that lol. I have a few undercarriage Jobs for my Jeep shop here, let them handle an alignment and that stuff too.

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Old 02-26-2012, 08:15 PM   #33
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Thanks Jay, will look into that. I am having trouble trying to understand what exactly it does since you are adding 2 new holes for it.

I honestly think I have to adjust the steering that people talk about, but dont really want to bother with that lol. I have a few undercarriage Jobs for my Jeep shop here, let them handle an alignment and that stuff too.
It's very easy to do, described here.

http://project-jk.com/jeep-jk-write-...-end-alignment.

I had no choice because my wheels were not straight. First attempt set off the ESP light. 2nd was perfect.

With our 2.5 I think that is all you need to do if not done.

Center your steering wheel and look at the jeep from the front. You should be able to tell if the tires are not pointed straight ahead.

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