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01-29-2006 11:25 AM
Hunter9 You say you put a relocation bracket on, but how much net lift did you get from you kit? When looking at the front axle in relation to the frame is it centered or off center to the left (drivers side)? You may have to go to an adjusteable track bar to crrect the problem. You could also put come cheap hose clamps on the sway bar to keep it from shifting.
01-28-2006 10:24 PM
a1trimguy yes i relocated the track bar, and had the jeep aligned, i cant figure it out
01-28-2006 01:35 PM
Vector6 you did relocate front your trac bar... correct?
01-28-2006 12:06 PM
a1trimguy
Stabilizer bar slip

After installing a 4" lift,the stabilizer bar slides to the driver side constantly. I have replaced the bushings but that didn't help. it is putting so much pressure on the stabilizer bar link that the bolt scratched a groove in the frame please help

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