Originally Posted by ulmster
kbwwolf - Aside from insulting my intelligence
, thanks much for the responses and guidance. The work and alignments have been done by an experienced shop - just not sure how many JK's they have lifted!
I did check the PSI the first day and assumed (incorrectly I guess) that 40 psi was reasonable for tires that have a max psi of 65. I will adjust this but do not believe this will correct the pull.
Adjustable control arms it is!!
Thanks again and thanks to mikes05unlimited for posting to the JK site
Yeah, 40 PSI is WAY high. And I think you'll be shocked at the difference. A simple PSI adjustment may very well fix your problem. Hard to believe, I know, but give it a try.
I've found that even experienced 4x4 shops have a hard time with JK's...I really don't know why that is. They're very easy to work on, but have their quirks, mechanically speaking. When I installed my lift, I had help from a buddy who pretty much restored his TJ from the ground up, and he was completely confounded by some of the situations with my install.
Wasn't insulting your intelligence, so much as cracking on the NC guys I know...if you knew them, you'd understand. All I can say is, damn!
Just for the record, I lived in Raleigh and Louisburg for awhile. Love NC.