?Que?bluvikng said:I am not sure why you are having so much trouble with your lift. Do you have risers for your front and rear track arms? The 4" lift kit that I got, had risers, and a different pitman arm. The geometry changes with any suspension lift. Even with the adjustable track arm, you are supposed to have a riser on the axle end, to compensate for the rise in suspension.
If you need, I can take some pictures of what I am talking about.
Risers? Track arms?
Because the track-bar you have causes your axle to pivot along it's axis created between the bolt that holds it on the axle, and the bolt on the frame. Geometrically, and ideally, you'll want the drag link to be equal in length to your track bar pivoting piints, and run exactly parallel to them - because in this situation, your steering control link pivots WITH the axle (which is controlled by the track bar). The further you deviate from this (shorter drag links, varying your angle between the drag link and your track bar, etc.) the further away your steering and suspension become from working together. THis means when you hit bumps - the wheels will start steering in one direction or another, bump steer, being the most common phenomenon of this problem.BlueBoy said:Why would installing the drop pitman arm hurt me? Im better off without it? Sorry for all the questions. I am justing looking for a solution becasue it sucks driving a honda accord when a jeep is in the garage.