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Topic Review (Newest First)
04-09-2010 08:05 PM
scrambler1 I would check your centering pins on the front end.
03-28-2010 10:39 PM
bergy
'79 CJ7 problem

So my dad has a '79 CJ7 that he got about 9 months ago... he finally got some time to start working on it and he noticed that when accelerating the Jeep tends to pull to the right and when he lets off the gas it straightens back out ... it doesnt really matter what speed he is going just went he gets on the gas it pulls to the right and stops when he lets off... its a 6cyl engine, 3 speed manual trans, it has a 4in lift or so and he is running 33s... so i told him i would post something and see what people think it might be... thanks for any help

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