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Check it out, I read alot about track bar problems here so help me figure this out. I have a 2003 TJ 4" trailmaster lift, 31" BFG's. All was good then one day I hit a patch of ice on a bridge, did a 180 spin right into the guardrail. The front bumper cleared the rail and it snaped off my streering gearbox arm(from the box itself) and slamed the wheels all the way to the left snapping off the turn stop bolt and busting the mount. After the auto shop my insurance sent it to was done. It' seemed fine. Then it slowly began to shake around 40mph.. No big deal. Then if I hit a dip or a hole with the left front tire at speeds above 40mph, the whole front end would go nuts. The tires will alternate traction. One on the ground while the other is at least 3 inches off the ground. The steering wheel goes nuts. I have to hit the brakes hard, hold the wheel and hope nothing snaps. I've had it looked at by supposed "pros", and I thought I knew about this stuff, but no clue. Everything is tight, in line, and seems normal. I run a 4wheeldrive hardware trac bar. Do you think a JKS may help? Anybody? It's driving me crazy, and I'm gettin too old for this stuff.