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08-02-2012 08:28 PM
noobjeeper69 thanks guys i havent been on in a while for work but yes i put the lift on about 3 months ago i have new tires waiting to be put on but being patient and wanting a 4" lift now. i have super swamper trxus m/t's 33x12.50r15. they look amazing and cant wait to put them on but once again i have stock rims so i need the spacers as well. but i will be troubleshooting after the tires are changed.aligned. and rough country lift is installed. if anymore suggestions im open for anything
07-27-2012 08:59 PM
Annienaaron09 Front end alignment and tires balanced, you have the jeep death wobble.
07-27-2012 08:09 PM
Frshmt You guys need to research diagnosing death wobble. New shocks, steering stabilizer, and especially tires won't do anything to correct it. You have bad bushings or joints somewhere in your suspension and it needs to be resolved ASAP before you outright lose control on the highway.
07-13-2012 05:03 PM
TJPs98tj When did you put the bb on? You might need an alignment.
07-13-2012 03:27 PM
drive like you stole it ya i just put new shocks on a few weeks ago on my 03 wrangler with no lifts or anything with the same size of tires and when i hit bumps going about that fast my wheel goes wild it is really unsafe but i am getting new tires and i want to check out to see if somthing is loose in the stearing or 4wd
04-03-2012 10:12 AM
noobjeeper69
jiggly steering please help

Ok so i put my new shocks and new stabilizer on but the dang thing still jiggles when i hit 55 mph like bad. Is it because my wheels are small? Still rinning the stock tires 30x9.5x15 would buying bigger tires help? I put a 2" budget boost as well any idea will help thanks.

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