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    Default Steering ???

    So Sat I put a 3.5in lift on my ZJ. Well on the front. Rear hasn't been lifted yet do to time. So my ??? is now that the front is lifted my steering wheel has went from sitting the correct way to now sitting at 90 degrees from where it was. Did I do something wrong or is there a way to fix it.
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    Go get an alignment. This MUST be done after every lift.
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    your axle could be off or you need to adjust ur drag link
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    Quote Originally Posted by jason.huffman5 View Post
    your axle could be off or you need to adjust ur drag link
    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob View Post
    Go get an alignment. This MUST be done after every lift.
    Plus trac bar adjustment to recenter the axle under the Jeep.

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    What they said^^. Re-centering the axle, and adjusting the drag link should return your steering wheel to the correct position.

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