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  1. Nuttinbuttrouble says:

    Remove rusted tight pitman arm video ???

    • bleepinjeep says:

      do you have a pitman arm puller?

      • Nuttinbuttrouble says:

        I busted it. I think my only option is cutting it off with my grinder. Its 1solid piece of rusted metal –w– pits so deep looks like the moon.

      • Nuttinbuttrouble says:

        Well the drop pitman arm wasn’t. It was OE size. But at least when they send what I ordered it will be less rust to contend with.. Thanks for your videos very helpful- informative-fun- and confidence building. Keep up good works.
        HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!! (Nuttinbuttrouble)

  2. Nuttinbuttrouble says:

    Gotta put drop pitman to accommodate 4.5 lift on 96 xj. I think was a flood victim,but worth saving. It is a JEEP!!

    • Nuttinbuttrouble says:

      Well the drop pitman arm wasn’t. It was OE size. But at least when they send what I ordered it will be less rust to contend with.. Thanks for your videos very helpful- informative-fun- and confidence building. Keep up good works.
      HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!! (Nuttinbuttrouble)

  3. Method says:

    Hi,

    I can’t figure out how to solve the slop in my steering. Any ideas? Here is my scenario:

    I have a 96 xj with a brand new 4.5″ Rubicon Express lift and a Currie Enterprises Steering Components upgrades (Better Tie Rod, Track Bar, Drag link etc.) and I have 33″ tires.

    All connections are tight from the pitman arm to the wheels and everything is nice and straight.

    The steering stabilizer is brand new.

    The steering column is tight, when I turn the steering wheel the steering column turns at the exact same pace.

    I just put in a brand new OEM steering gear box & all new power steering fluid.

    Even with all of these new components, I still have a lot of slop in my steering wheel. I can turn the steering wheel about 2 inches in either direction before the pitman arm even begins to move!

    So I can’t figure out what is going on…what could be causing the slop? It has to be the gear box, but the gear box is brand new?

    I checked the set screw on top of the steering box and it’s adjusted correctly.

    Do all XJ’s have slop in their steering? Is there any way to get rid of it? Is the gear box designed to have slop?

    Please help!

    Thank you

  4. mars says:

    Thanks for dthe videos…very helpful for the non mechanic….