|03-12-2012 10:23 AM|
|jroberd||I never do any off roading. I actually use my jeep on summer time for local/weekend driving. I don't know if the rear axle is moving, I will have a mechanic look at it as you know the weather is getting incredible good in NJ. So I gotta get ready.|
|03-12-2012 10:07 AM|
|heiser||do you do any off roading? it sounds like some thing might have broke or came loose in side you rear axle. or maybe some thing that holds/stabilizes your rear axle allowing it to move.|
|03-12-2012 09:55 AM|
Help, Help, Help Please!
I am a little new to JEEPs. Last year, I bought a decent 1997 TJ. I was trying to go with bigger tires. I found a good deal and I bought 5 rims and tires. Since you know, the TJ came with 15 inches rims. The rims I bought are 18 inches. I remembered the first time I got into the forum, I was asking how to fit those tires into my JEEP and you guys help me with the wheels adaptors suggestions. I barely drove my jeep as I mostly used it on summer time. I am starting to realize that my sharp turn becomes harder and harder. The tires are not rubbing against nothing but when making a sharp turn, the back tires start dragging and the whole truck start vibrating specially when backing up. When going forward in straight line, I never feel any dragging. Could it be the tires too big for the truck or it is a differential problems? Please help!