Recently, I noticed a substantial amount of fluid dripping out of the steering stabilizer on my 99 TJ Sport. Steering is stock at the moment, but with 145+K miles on it, I don't find it as much of a surprise. I will be ordering a new stabilizer this week and installing over the weekend. I am going with the Zone zon3400 to match the future Zone 4.25 combo lift w/shocks I will be doing in the future. I will be starting the PB Blaster regiment today and will hit the bolts every day this week. I am also planning on renting a pitman arm puller from a local auto parts store in town to minimize the amount of banging I have to do on very used parts.
At this point, nothing that needs fixing or replacement really surprises me. As I said earlier, all the steering components are stock. Actually, everything but the tires (30x9.5x15 Wrangler A/T) are stock.
Future plans include the Zone 4.25" combo lift and a full replacement of steering components (except, perhaps, the pitman arm...).
It seems like a pretty easy bolt off/on project, but does anyone have any tricks that helped them while doing this?