|08-04-2013 07:41 PM|
|Jerry Bransford||Replace it with a hydraulic steering damper like from Rancho. Gas-charged shocks/dampers keep trying to extend which will keep pushing on your steering, a hydraulic version will not. Hydraulic shocks/dampers like to stay where they are with their damping effect coming from resisting when they are being pushed or pulled on.|
|08-04-2013 07:29 PM|
Need help please
First off i would like to say hello to everyone as i am new to this forum. I came here in search of help. I have a 2005 jeep wrangler LJ with a 4.5 inch lift (rubicon express) 35s (general grabber). My problem comes from the steering stabilizer installed on my LJ. I have a fox 2.0 performance steering stabilizer and it seems to be pulling my truck to the left. I tried contacting fox and one of the techs told me that it is possible to adjust it by releasing the nitrogen on the steering stabilizer (they are set at 200 psi and cause the jeep to pull left). Problem is the steering stabilizer I have doesn't have a schrader valve in order to release the nitrogen. How else would i be able to go about this? Any help would be apprecited.