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Hey fellas, so I did the following work:

- New Teraflex HD ball joints
- New Rubicon Express HD Forged Track Bar
- New Rubicon Express steering stabilizer and relocation bracket
- New MOOG drag link
- New MOOG tie rod

I buttoned everything up after about 4 days of work, and turned on the jeep drive back and forth a little, it all felt good.

My driveway is on an incline, when I started to back out of the garage and down it was fine but, when the rear tires hit the street to level out, the jeep started shaking, bouncing around a little.

Any ideas?

Things I tried tonight:
- Went under checked to see if I could tell if anything rubbed, didn't see anything.
- Put the Jeep in 4W high with no issues, drove it forward and back a bit.

I'll check more tomorrow in the light but any suggestions where I should look?
 

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Looks like maybe the incline wasn't the issue, still not sure, but on the street, I made a turn and cutting it hard made it do a similar thing. I'm doing an alignment tomorrow, hopefully that fixes it.
 

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Sounds like something binding, like if you have it in 4H on dry pavement or have the front locker locked.
Could be something related to the work you did, if something isn't aligned correctly. But I would make sure it isn't one of the easy outs first.
 
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