Is the sway bar suppose to be parallel to the ground? Mines pointing up a few inches from the bushings. I had the alignment done track bar replaced and steering stabilizer replaced and still feel an onset of DW :/
You didn't answer my question. Did you have the tires ROAD FORCE BALANCED?The guy asked if I wanted the weights moved, I got it aligned and balanced at the local shop. I'm at a lose as to what I should do now
for the last time, the sway bar has nothing to do with your DW.Hmm this might be a better picture for the sway bar, and I looked at the front upper control arms and something doesn't look right..any thoughts?
and that could be a problem. How much lift do you have? Have you checked the bushings (upper and lowers)? ball joints? unit bearings? tie-rod ends? post more pictures of your steering, taken to capture the inside of both tires...it looks like you may have a drop pitman arm, which is a whole different problem in itself.After looking at another wrangler in my parking lot, all of my control arms appear to be stock :/
I don't know if your shocks are too long or not. The brake lines appear to be stock, which means when you drop the axle and turn the wheel, the brake line acts as a travel limiter....until it rips off. But again, this is all stuff that should have been checked when installing the lift.I didn't really understand the front brake lines and shocks part. :/ Like my shocks are to long?
A stock pitman arm will fix the bump steer you don't even know you have, not the DW or caster issues.Okay thank you, I bought the jeep with the lift already on it, from what you say looks like he didn't know what he was doing. A stock pitman arm should fix a majority of the handling issues?
All of these are true but none aside from perhaps the drop pitman arm should cause major handling issues.UnlimitedLJ04 said:1. caster is way too low. you need adjustable lower control arms (get something with Currie Johnny Joints). Caster should be around 6°, assuming you have 33s.
2. you need to remove the drop pitman arm and replace with a stock pitman arm.
3. you may also need longer front brake lines due to the lift (specifically the longer shocks).
4. tie-rod should be upgraded, since the stockers are pretty weak. a V8 ZJ tie-rod will suffice.