|10-23-2009 03:25 PM|
|skpuppy2||it looks pretty centered, but I will measure to be sure. THANKS|
|10-23-2009 03:24 PM|
|nicolas-eric||Take a look at the fender flare and the tire. If it looks the same on both sides itīs centered. With 3-4" lift my front axle sticked about 1" out at the drivers side.|
|10-23-2009 03:20 PM|
|skpuppy2||How do you know when it is centered?|
|10-23-2009 03:19 PM|
|nicolas-eric||more to the right when you stand in front of your TJ.|
|10-23-2009 03:17 PM|
|skpuppy2||by sticking out, do you mean closer to the front, or more to the right (looking at the picture)?|
|10-23-2009 03:07 PM|
|nicolas-eric||No the mounting points are the same with an adj. TB. But you will re-center the axle with it. At the moment your front axle should stick out a bit at the drivers side.|
|10-23-2009 03:04 PM|
|skpuppy2||would an adjustable track bar fix this?|
|10-23-2009 03:03 PM|
With a lift kit this isnīt parallel. It looks the same on my Jeep.
|10-23-2009 02:56 PM|
Track bar not level at driver's side mount
I am going to go out on a limb and guess that this (in picture) is supposed to be parallel to the mount. I am guessing the "genius" that installed the lift kit for the prior owner didn't have much of a clue.
They repositioned the stock track bar, and used a dropped pitman arm. Caused horrible bump steer. Previous owner lived with it for years.
Now I am trying to fix it. Removed the DPA and it is already better, however, it feels like the entire Jeep slides through turns. I think the wheels are staying solid but it feels like I am all over the place. I was told that it was either a loose track bar or worn track bar bushings. From the picture, I assume this is what is causing the "drift" feel.
I ordered an adjustable track bar. Should be here sometime next week. Is there something else I can do to help the sliding feeling go away? Does the rear need to be replaced as well?