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Hola I'm A Newbie with a FJ with Alignment and balancing issues.

First of all here's my FJ and my set up:



Rough Country 6 Lift
Front ToyTech 3 Coil Overs
Bilstein 5100's front suspensions
ProComp rear suspensions
Light Racing Uper Control Arms
AllPro 2 inch wheel spacers
AllPro UCA Links
AllPro LCA Links
G2 Axle 4.88 Rings and Pinions
Front ARB - Air Locker: ARB-RD111
ARB Compressor
Fab Four front Bumper
Warn Rear Bumper
Custom made grill guard
Warn XD9000i Winch
4 Hella 4000 with an HID kit
Safari Snorkel
Bushwacker Flares
17x8 Eagle Alloy Wheels (Serie 137)
315/75-17 tires


Ok, that done here's my issues. If I go offroading anything from a medium level to extreme I always loose the alignment of the front and also I have lost the alignment after a strong use of the brakes :flame:. About the tires balancing, no matter how well balanced they are on the machine, I always get some to strong vibrations at about 60 to 80 mph.

I don't know if this has to be with the spacers, with the lift kit, with the size of the tires, I'll be glad to here any suggestions.

Thanks,

Despra


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Interesting looking FJ!

Alignment could be due to tie rods. Check for play. For the shuddering, try and make sure wheels are clean before balancing. Rotate front tires to the back and see if the problem is isolated to a certain tire/wheel. Could've been bent wheels too. Our you could try Dynabeeds.
 

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Thanks! I'll post this thread on the non-newbie tech section
 

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Welcome! Are you feeling the vibration in the steering wheel or does it feel more like the rear end? I also have a RC6" lift and was experiencing vibrations around 60-70MPH and it was the rear driveline causing it. Bought a double cardon driveline and issue fixed.
 

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Welcome! Are you feeling the vibration in the steering wheel or does it feel more like the rear end? I also have a RC6" lift and was experiencing vibrations around 60-70MPH and it was the rear driveline causing it. Bought a double cardon driveline and issue fixed.
I'm feeling the vibration on the steering wheel 08fjcruz
 
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