Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Peachland, Okanagan valley, BC
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Lifting exposes all your weak points in your control arm bushings, track bar bushings, tre's, ball joints, steering stabilizer (whether it is a new double or not). Lifting on stock stuff with mileage could be all the problem, plus alignment not done right with too much toe in and not enough castor.
I believe you do need stronger trackbars, save up for ball joints, get driveshafts ( yep you will need those eventually too). Basically have $5000 in the bank. I would recommend a sector shaft support as well. You wouldn't believe the movement in that.
So return the kit and figure out your goals and budget. Then do it right.
JKUR auto | 5:38 | tires 36"x17 wheels 9"x4.5"bs | TF 6"| ASFIR bumpers, skids | SuperWinch EPi9.5 | RCV shafts | SC traildash | Xenon fenders | OBA York
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