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Old 12-29-2012, 08:27 PM   #1
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wobble problems

just put a 4 inch lift on my 03. after lifting it i got my wobble back. i had killed it with a new steering stabilizer and a new trackbar busing. the lift instructions said to drill a new hole for the trackbar so i did and the wobble came back. i replaced the oem stabilizer with an aftermarket one and im wondering if i get the trackbar drop bracket for the front if i can run the stock trackbar back to the stock hole and if it will get rid of the wobble. any suggestion??

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Old 12-30-2012, 07:49 AM   #2
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Couple things you can check...
1. Did you drill the hole in the right location?
2. Is the trackbar tight (common issue)
3. Are the bushings in the stock bar any good? There should be ZERO movement in the trackbar when moving the tire back and forth.
4. Did you re-align your front end after the lift? If not do it yourself by following this info: Basic Jeep Front End Alignment
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