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Old 01-27-2014, 09:08 PM   #61
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Hey everyone,
I got a quick question. I'm planning on going back to a stock pitman arm because I eliminated my trackbar bracket with a metalcloak adjustable trackbar. This is on a 3.5" lift. Will I be able to use the stock draglink still? Or is the height difference too much? Any input is greatly appreciated.
should not be an issue at all
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should not be an issue at all
awesome, thanks a bunch Darkfire!

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Hey darkfire, or anyone who can help, I got death wobble again today after I though I got it all fixed up. I get under my jeep and disconnect everything to find that my sector shaft has quite a bit of play in it. I can move the pitman arm and sector shaft left to right a tad bit but it moves quite a lot up and down. Is this a problem I can sort out or is it kind of just my gear box is done? I need this rig drive able on freeway by tomorrow
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Actually, it moves more side to side than up and down
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Hey darkfire, or anyone who can help, I got death wobble again today after I though I got it all fixed up. I get under my jeep and disconnect everything to find that my sector shaft has quite a bit of play in it. I can move the pitman arm and sector shaft left to right a tad bit but it moves quite a lot up and down. Is this a problem I can sort out or is it kind of just my gear box is done? I need this rig drive able on freeway by tomorrow
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Hello everyone. Been a while since I have posted. I have a question. I'm looking to weld a swaybar stud somewhere where I can disconnect the bottom of my connects and move it out of the way. I have already tried one location. I get rubbing when I'm flexing and I steer side to side.

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This is where I mounted them. Would love to hear what you guys think and what I should try next. Going to chop off these mounts come Monday
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Hello everyone. Been a while since I have posted. I have a question. I'm looking to weld a swaybar stud somewhere where I can disconnect the bottom of my connects and move it out of the way. I have already tried one location. I get rubbing when I'm flexing and I steer side to side. This is where I mounted them. Would love to hear what you guys think and what I should try next. Going to chop off these mounts come Monday
For most of the lifts I do I attach it right under that body mount point. No rubbing issues there
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