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Old 05-09-2013, 10:20 AM   #811
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Do u still have the rear tow hook I'm interested
X2 on the rear tow hook if you have more than one I would also be interested in one.

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Old 05-09-2013, 11:00 AM   #812
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How are those flares? Mine are pretty faded. Where are you located?
I'm located in Temecula Ca area (hour north of San Diego). The flares look pretty good... But I did repaint with bumper paint.

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I should have the stock arm I bought from someone on this forum by the end of the week. I'm hoping I have time to get it put in this weekend. Hopefully that takes care of the bumpsteer and helps me tighten up my steering. If not I may need a new steering box :-/
I have stock now with 4 1/2" lift. I was thinking the drop pitman might make the steering feel tighter???? Are you experiencing something different?
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I have stock now with 4 1/2" lift. I was thinking the drop pitman might make the steering feel tighter???? Are you experiencing something different?
If you have a Trackbar drop bracket then the drop arm would work. If you don't have a trackbar drop bracket, then you should stick with the stock unit as the drop arm will give you bumpsteer. This is why I'm changing mine back to stock.
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Old 05-09-2013, 11:43 AM   #815
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I still have a factory rear tow hook that I dug out, plus a whole bunch of things I can send.

I don't always need stuff, but I always check for what others need.
You wouldn't happen to have jounce bumpers would you?
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Old 05-09-2013, 02:42 PM   #816
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If you have a Trackbar drop bracket then the drop arm would work. If you don't have a trackbar drop bracket, then you should stick with the stock unit as the drop arm will give you bumpsteer. This is why I'm changing mine back to stock.
I'll stay with what I have then. Thanks
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Old 05-10-2013, 06:06 AM   #817
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I'll stay with what I have then. Thanks
Steering linkage must remain parallel. That's a good rule of thumb.

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Old 05-10-2013, 07:23 AM   #818
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Steering linkage must remain parallel. That's a good rule of thumb.

I need to take you up on that lunch.
Sorry to hijack but by linkage what do you mean? Because just a quick look.under the jeep yesterday i noticed the ujoint coming front the steering wheel is at an angle connecting to the other side of it. Figured it was just because of my lift and no worries. Should i worry? Haha
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Old 05-10-2013, 07:31 AM   #819
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Sorry to hijack but by linkage what do you mean? Because just a quick look.under the jeep yesterday i noticed the ujoint coming front the steering wheel is at an angle connecting to the other side of it. Figured it was just because of my lift and no worries. Should i worry? Haha
The drag link and the trackbar should be parallel. This is measured mounting point to mounting point since the trackbar itself is not straight.



This is mine with a drop pitman arm. Notice that the lines are not parallel.

blue = trackbar
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Ok cool and the steering ujoint is ok to be connected at an angle?
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Yes, that joint is there to accommodate tilt steering wheels, etc. As long as it doesn't bind or is loose it should be fine.
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Do u still have the rear tow hook I'm interested
eagle223 snagged it just yesterday.
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Old 05-10-2013, 10:11 AM   #823
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I have stock now with 4 1/2" lift. I was thinking the drop pitman might make the steering feel tighter???? Are you experiencing something different?
If your steering doesn't feel tight, you should swing it by so I can take a peek at it and see if you have a problem. I'm just north of you in a suburb of Menifee.
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Old 05-10-2013, 10:50 AM   #824
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If your steering doesn't feel tight, you should swing it by so I can take a peek at it and see if you have a problem. I'm just north of you in a suburb of Menifee.
I wish I was right around the corner so you could take a peek at a few things Blaine lol.
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Old 05-10-2013, 11:03 AM   #825
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If your steering doesn't feel tight, you should swing it by so I can take a peek at it and see if you have a problem. I'm just north of you in a suburb of Menifee.
Not necessarily loose, but when I hit a bump there is a little bounce left or right. It's not horrible. My plan is to add the currie correct link at some point. I'm in French valley. I think we're close. Andy
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Not necessarily loose, but when I hit a bump there is a little bounce left or right. It's not horrible. My plan is to add the currie correct link at some point. I'm in French valley. I think we're close. Andy

Until we know what, if anything is wrong, it's best to diagnose and then replace. Gets real expensive if you do it any other way. A few minutes with you, me, the rig, and a dry steering test will tell us 99% of what we need to know. I'm in Quail Valley behind and bordering Canyon Lake.
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Old 05-11-2013, 09:13 PM   #827
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Old 05-12-2013, 08:45 AM   #828
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Also rear seat

And seatbelts
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Old 05-12-2013, 02:01 PM   #829
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Looking for oem fog light wiring harness and or interior switch. Im in SoCal.
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Old 05-12-2013, 02:42 PM   #830
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Old 05-17-2013, 07:36 PM   #831
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shipping is on you, pm me if interested.
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What year model did the stereo come out of?
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Old 05-17-2013, 08:17 PM   #833
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To get things back to why this was started, minus bickering:

I have a 04 wrangler factory CD player if anyone is in need! Located north east Texas, prefer local,
Will ship on your dime
U still have the stereo and do u know if it will work n a 98 I think mines starting to take a crap on me I get a lot of crackling and such pretty sure its the aftermarket stereo that's in it
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U still have the stereo and do u know if it will work n a 98 I think mines starting to take a crap on me I get a lot of crackling and such pretty sure its the aftermarket stereo that's in it
There is a change in the shape of the face plate that is surrounded by the hole in the center bezel. IIRC, you can solve it by swapping to the later bezel but I don't recall if that messes up the lower switch area and ash tray mount. I do know that the early bezel has a single screw behind the ash tray and the later ones don't.
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Old 05-18-2013, 02:08 PM   #835
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U still have the stereo and do u know if it will work n a 98 I think mines starting to take a crap on me I get a lot of crackling and such pretty sure its the aftermarket stereo that's in it
I have one with a casette deck from my 2000 I think
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I'm interested in fogs. What kind?
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I'm interested in fogs. What kind?
Stock? I woukd bet they are gone
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I have 1 tubular front bumper
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Shipped to 28557? How much is shipping
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Bump, lets rekindle this thread

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