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Old 03-08-2012, 05:20 PM   #1
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My Tj Front Suspension is Sagging.

Hi everyone, new to the whole forum thing! Was hoping to get some help with a small problem im having. About a year ago i installed a 3in basic coil(rustys) lift on my tj with new shocks. When i got the lift i knew i was going to install a heavier bumper and winch so i got the stronger coils for the front. To begin with it was good to go, but not long after i had trouble with death wobble. Asked around about needing a drop pitman but was told the lift wasnt large enough to call for one. After a few months it straightened itself out more or less. Now i have noticed lately my front is at least 2in lower than the rear. Any suggestions or tips will be gratefully accepted. Thanks everyone.

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Old 03-08-2012, 05:30 PM   #2
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Rustys....nuff said. I've yet to see a single Rustys product worth its scrap price.

As for DW....that has NOTHING to do with your pitman arm. Going to a dropped unit wouldn't have helped and would've added another issue on top of it.

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Ahhh i was afraid of that. Well the ole saying goes you pay for what you get Guess ill start looking around for another lift.
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