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10-30-2012 07:57 PM
nwbronco I can help you out when we hit a dry day or two.

Bob K.
10-30-2012 11:59 AM
WSU 5.9er No, all you need to do is adjust the steering stops. Pull them out, add a washer or two until they don't rub while turning anymore.

TJ Steering Stops
10-30-2012 11:05 AM
Preferred 4x4 Shop in the Oly area.

Hi, My name's Sean and I recently bought a 98 TJ and was looking for a lift (PO put 31s on the stock jeep, getting rubbing on full lock turns) and was wondering if Northridge 4x4 was still the preferred shop in the area? As I'm lacking the necessary garage space I'm hoping they might do installs also?

Any advice would be much appreciated as I'm just assuming that the rubbing caused by the tires would be cured by a small lift. Thanks.

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