|10-17-2010 01:51 PM|
|thaduke2003||^At 2", you may want to swap you rear end links up to the front (they're a bit longer), and get a set of extended rear links- Mark W.|
|10-17-2010 12:23 PM|
|10-17-2010 08:39 AM|
|thaduke2003||^ Adjustable front lower control arms will allow you to dial in your caster angle and front pinion angle. The two are interrelated, so make sure you check BOTH when adjusting- Mark W.|
|10-17-2010 05:32 AM|
|10-17-2010 03:04 AM|
|popstop785||Do you have your original front sway bar links?|
|10-16-2010 10:44 PM|
|Boosta||What will the control arms do?|
|10-16-2010 05:39 PM|
Save up for some control arms; it's not a huge problem at that amount of lift, but anything that could lead to DW is something that should eventually be addressed (imho).
I corrected mine with cambolts and tack-welded the little MFs in place after they decided to migrate. Does the same thing (in theory) but does it in a more ghetto fashion.
I keep promising myself that I won't ghetto the next mod.
...and then, there I go...
|10-16-2010 02:50 PM|
|Boosta||Ultra Gauntlet Wheels. you can get them the cheapest at Tirerack.com. I got my shop to get them for the same price as Tire rack $157 a wheel.|
|10-16-2010 01:37 PM|
nice wheels what are they and where did you get them? tks
|10-16-2010 11:58 AM|
|thaduke2003||Hilldweller wins this one. Reduced caster angle means quicker steering response, at the cost of highway-speed stability. Great for autocross, bad for interstate trips Mark W.|
|10-16-2010 10:59 AM|
|jgorm||Are those 18s? Those low profile tires will probably react faster than tires with a lot of sidewall.|
|10-16-2010 07:20 AM|
Whew, i thought there was a problem. I used to have a cull size bronco with a 6 inch bds lift and i think it drove the same way but since it was heavier and probably wider and longer the steering felt different. Thanks.
Ps. HILLDWELLER, the next time you attach a 20 page answer for a 20 word question me and hou r gonna have problems!!!! Lol. Jk. Thanks!
|10-16-2010 06:36 AM|
You've lost caster angle.
Automobile Ride, Handling, and Suspension
|10-16-2010 06:11 AM|
|GREEN-MACHINE||higher center of gravity.|
|10-15-2010 09:42 PM|
Why is steering SO responsive after lift and wheels?
Just put on a new set of wheels with existing tires as well as a 2" BDS coil suspension lift and Steering stabilizer. The first ride after installation, the Jeep seemed uber responsive to steering input. If I slightly touch steering wheel it starts to move in that direction. Stock steering felt steadier and had more play when steering. Maybe that is how it rides and I just have to get used to it. I will say it looks great and the ride is much firmer thanb stock but it feels good on road. Now I need to see how it does OFF ROAD!