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Old 10-11-2013, 04:05 PM
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Wierd noises under my feet

So this past Sunday I installed my 1.25" body lift and the 1" MML, they went smooth. Body lift went on in about 30 minutes, MML took a bit longer, hard to get to bolts are crappy. Anywho..... Now that it's on and I've been driving it around, when I turn it sounds like something is knocking on the frame. I can feel it under my feet. I checked everything, bolts are still tight and nothing has moved. I don't know what it could be.

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Did you install a steering block riser thingy?

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Did you check your drive shaft angles?? I've read here that MML can effect DS angles...could be vibrations from DS. Just because you "think" you feel or hear something by your feet doesn't necessarily means it's actually by your feet. Hope that helps.
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Yeah, I installed it to reduce the drive angles. Since it lowers the rear of the transmission/transfer case. So I don't have any vibes, it's only when turning or going over bumps.
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Did you install a steering block riser thingy?
Ha! No I didn't install a steering block riser thingy.
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Happy Feet?
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HAHA I did recently put an 8" bazooka tube in the back. But no, that's not it unfortunately.
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Ok, so it's the linkage not being long enough for the transfer case. I ordered a relocation bracket from Morris 4x4 and tried to install it. How in the world are you supposed to get the pivot bar out of the body mounted bracket?

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