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07-07-2013 03:08 PM
Bumble Jeep Tightening the play on the gear box really worked! Wow what a difference!! Yay!!
07-05-2013 05:47 PM
Bumble Jeep Thanks guys, mine is not leaking, it just feels sloppy. It's not the ball joints, tie rod or pitman arm, as thoes are all new. I'm going to try tightening the adjustment nut a bit befor I purches a new gear box. I'm going to work on it tomorrow morning, I'll let you all know how it turns out.
07-05-2013 09:24 AM
Owen_TJ i'll be needing to do this as well...starting to leak with the 35's on there...

glad you posted!
07-05-2013 08:35 AM
RevCo666 IF you can't find it at a junk yard, just order one from rockauto.com. Here's some info that will save ya some cash if you do decide to order online:

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Please note: We sometimes get calls from people who put the word "discount" in front of their code and do not get the discount. Please enter ONLY the discount code, no other words or numbers. Code must be entered before order is submitted to receive discount. The discount takes 5% off our already-low prices. There's no limit on order size or the number of orders. Use the code for your next order, and share the code with friends, neighbors, relatives, the guy at the corner garage--anyone you know who works on cars or trucks.

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07-05-2013 08:23 AM
joeinajeep Yes, good info here:
http://www.nwjeepn.com/SteeringGear.html

I ran with one for years, but now I just use a reman stock one. It's too hard to find a Durango one in a junk yard that's in good shape, and I actually prefer the handling of the stock one. Others disagree with me, it's a matter of preference, try one and see if you like it. Easy mod.
07-05-2013 07:14 AM
Bumble Jeep
new steering box

Ok guys, I need to replace my steering box on my 00TJ, (I have needed to do this for a while now) I would like to do the Durango swap. My question is what year am I looking for, my research tells me 1999. Is this correct? Has anyone done this swap?

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