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01-01-2013 11:32 PM
Harry7409
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Originally Posted by Rusty Knutt
You could get a vibration dampner off of a piece of heavy equipment...

Ill try to find a link.
Thanks
01-01-2013 08:15 PM
Rusty Knutt You could get a vibration dampner off of a piece of heavy equipment...

Ill try to find a link.
01-01-2013 08:10 PM
Harry7409
Vibration help

I recently gave my 99 TJ a tummy tuck by 1.5" body lift 1" MM lift and used UFC's ultra high clearance skid and got the correct Tom Woods SYE kit and shaft. I also put on a 2.5" suspension lift along with a new set of 33's. I did read somewhere with the MM lift you could get some vibration, but I feel like I the dash won't stop. Any ideas or quick fix suggestions. Sitting at a light or just idle you feel like your getting a back massage. . Thanks

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