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    Insane in the membrane cj5_1965's Avatar
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    My steering binds when I have my passanger front suspension loaded up due to it rubbing on the sway bar link mount and steering stablizer bolt all on the axle. Does anyone know who makes a good steering linkage kit, that is affordable, to solve this problem?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cj5_1965 View Post
    My steering binds when I have my passanger front suspension loaded up due to it rubbing on the sway bar link mount and steering stablizer bolt all on the axle. Does anyone know who makes a good steering linkage kit, that is affordable, to solve this problem?

    Mine does the same thing. I was told to cut and move the sway bar bracket at the axle... haven't done it yet though.

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    I fixed mine the long way! I did a WJ knuckle/brake conversion and custom steering linkage. This is a common problem with the Y-link steering systems. I have heard some poeple state that replacing the stock steering with curry hd steering. There is also TeraFlex, uturn, Kevin's but these might be more than what you want to pay. There is also an inverted T-link but I have found it to get dead spots without putting shimms in places.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow View Post
    I fixed mine the long way! I did a WJ knuckle/brake conversion and custom steering linkage. This is a common problem with the Y-link steering systems. I have heard some poeple state that replacing the stock steering with curry hd steering. There is also TeraFlex, uturn, Kevin's but these might be more than what you want to pay. There is also an inverted T-link but I have found it to get dead spots without putting shimms in places.

    Yup, mine's the currie.

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