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Jeep Wheel Spacers JK, WJ, WK, WK2, & XK

Have you put taller tires on your Jeep to get extra ground clearance, only to find that your new tires now rub on your control arms and body panels?  If so, then you need our Jeep Wheel Spacers! These 6061T6 aluminum spacers are 1.5” thick, set to a 5 on 5" bolt pattern, and in addition, each wheel spacer is wheel and hub centric for a perfect fit.  These wheel spacers are an easy way of pushing out your taller front tires to keep them from rubbing on your control arms and body panels during turns.  Add them to your rear wheels to keep them in...

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Shock Loop Conversion...Good Idea, or Bad...? (Video)

Shock Loop Conversion. Back in the day, very few manufacturers actually made shocks long enough for the TJs, XJs, ZJs etc. Anybody running, say more than 3-4inches worth of Lift basically, were stuck trying to use the loop-loop configured shocks instead of the factory stem-mounted at the top, loop at the bottom configuration that you would find in the previous TJ, XJ, ZJ type models.

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Dodge Wobble | Death Wobble and How To Fix It - Death Wobble Causes

 Dodge Wobble : How To Fix Your Own Case Of Dodge Death Wobble As you have already found out, "Dodge Wobble" (also known as Ram Death Wobble ) is the horrible front end vibration that starts when one tire (usually the right tire first) hits a groove or bump in the pavement somewhere around 40~50mph.  Dodge Wobble is quite possibly the worst possible downside to having a coil-sprung front suspension on a vehicle with a track bar or panhard bar.  Among the vehicles affected by this design are the Dodge Ram 1500,  Dodge 2500, and Dodge 3500 (and also include Jeep...

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Driveline Vibration and How To Cure It on Lifted Jeeps

Driveline Vibration and How To Cure It on Lifted Jeeps

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Adjusting Your Steering Stops for ZJ, XJ, TJ, and YJ

For those of you with a ZJ Grand Cherokee, an XJ Cherokee, or a TJ or YJ Wrangler, you may have tire rubbing issues when you turn full-lock, due to taller or wider tires. Wheel spacers, like THESE, sometimes help if your tires are set too far in, but if your tires are set too far out, due to aftermarket wheel backspacing, steering stops are your friends. [caption id="attachment_2132" align="alignnone" width="600" caption="Mid 80's to early 2000's Dana 30 Steering Stop adjustment"][/caption] There is a well-written article with step by step instructions on adjusting your steering stops, located over at 4x4xplor.com...

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