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    Wow. Whole new rig compared to 4 months ago. Looks good
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    Quote Originally Posted by HighwayTrout View Post
    Wow. Whole new rig compared to 4 months ago. Looks good
    Thanks now just gotta fix all steering and pin down this death wobble . 37s break everything haha .


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    Rewired the dust lights by drilling through bumper and using heat shrink and rubber grommets . Should be good to go this time 🤞

    Got all steering components in .. now just gotta find time to install

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    Synergy chromoly tie rod with anti flop dust boots— mine is bent as hell from John Bull
    Rancho steering stabilizer
    OEM replacement drag link end (pitman side)
    Synergy SS clamp



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    Nice Rig, love the color, but I might be biased...

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    Anvil is still one of my favorite Jeep colors

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    Balanced 5 tires. All took between 1 and 3 oz of weight . Flipped front lower control arms and extracted the broken grease zerks . On the rears, just extracted the one broken zerk .. figure can just leave the zerk out when wheeling and insert to grease .

    Took to dealership and they are replacing a water pump and 2 pulleys that are going bad and making noise under warranty. Only 50k miles! Also doing passenger airbag recall . They claim top and bottom radiator hoses are swelling and want 600 for the replacement as disposables aren’t covered . Pass , will just get those and keep them as spares for now . Also they wanted 100 for stupid piece of decorative door trim which cracked . Who else sells the oem trim for JKs ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by danford.lau View Post
    Balanced 5 tires. All took between 1 and 3 oz of weight . Flipped front lower control arms and extracted the broken grease zerks . On the rears, just extracted the one broken zerk .. figure can just leave the zerk out when wheeling and insert to grease .

    Took to dealership and they are replacing a water pump and 2 pulleys that are going bad and making noise under warranty. Only 50k miles! Also doing passenger airbag recall . They claim top and bottom radiator hoses are swelling and want 600 for the replacement as disposables aren’t covered . Pass , will just get those and keep them as spares for now . Also they wanted 100 for stupid piece of decorative door trim which cracked . Who else sells the oem trim for JKs ?


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    Yeah dealerships want crazy money to do things. A 30k service on my Sentra would have cost me 900. Doing it myself is less than 100. Crazy. I'd keep a zerk in there just to keep dirt and debris out. As for OEM parts try quadratech. If I remember correctly they have a pretty good selection of OEM stuff.

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    Installed synergy tie rod, rancho steering stabilizer, and new drag link end at the Pittman side . Thanks to Rubidave for lending a hand and a garage to wrench .

    Torqued all bolts on the evo track bar bracket and the track bar ... damn some of those bolts are impossible to get to

    Hope this puts death wobble to bed


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    Inflate tires to 90 psi...death wobble gone...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    Inflate tires to 90 psi...death wobble gone...
    Lol somewhat extreme method but yes assume death wobble would be the least of your worries then


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