So after installing my high steer/flip kit the jeep is flighty and on the freeway wants to take its own path on dips and bumps in the road.
The caster right now is +2.6/+2.8.
I have the RE Control arms but the lowers are still fixed. The uppers are adjustable. I am under waranty fo the alignment so I am thinking I need to maybe get in the +3 range.
I have the RE aftermarket DS so I am not sure how far I can go with the caster and not get any bad angles etc..
Well part of that is just the way the front end is now set up unfortunately. The other part is that I think you should get your caster to more like 5.6 to start and see how it handles then and work on the toe finding the sweet spot for that too. Remember, 4 is pretty much stock and you have a pretty tall lift so those numbers are gonna be way too low. With numbers like that I'm surprised your not doing somersaults and pirouettes down the freeway. Of course you may battle a little driveline vibration once you get the steering sorted out and then you may have to back off a bit and find a happy medium to even things out. Just my opinion of course.
Originally Posted by van7559
I can bury my pinky in the rear, and just barley feel it, the front is a little easier, but still seems low to me!
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