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**DONOTDELETE** 08-23-2000 08:24 AM

Survey: Which way does your CJ lean?
 
I was having a discusion with a fellow CJ owner about the notorious 'CJ Lean'.
So this got me to thinking.....[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/crazy.gif[/img]

How many CJ's out there have it?

And which way is it leaning?

Mine always had a slight lean to the drivers side.[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]


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**DONOTDELETE** 08-23-2000 08:35 AM

Re: Survey: Which way does your CJ lean?
 

With a 4" lift on my CJ-7, it leans toward the driver's side. The funny thing is that sometimes I'd swear that it didn't lean at all. Odd thing!


**DONOTDELETE** 08-23-2000 08:37 AM

Re: Survey: Which way does your CJ lean?
 
Well mine seems to lean back and to the right. I think this is due to the 4 flats and the fact that the right rear is off the rim. But i've got tires to put on it, now i just need to get them mounted.Kyle

If you can't break it, Try Harder
79 CJ-7/304/T-18/Dana20/No tires(yet)/rust

**DONOTDELETE** 08-23-2000 08:52 AM

Re: Survey: Which way does your CJ lean?
 
Funny this should come up, I have been chasing this down for awhile now, thought the bushings were out in my shackles, but bought new poly, took the first one apart, and it had relatively new poly in it. Then thought I bent an axle, or springs shifted. The shackle sits cockeyed on the drivers side, but the lean could be causing it??? Any thoughts..

JAY 75 CJ-5

**DONOTDELETE** 08-23-2000 09:16 AM

Re: Survey: Which way does your CJ lean?
 
For me the lean is to the drivers side. On the early jeeps the engine is off set a little to the drivers side that and the fuel tank under the drivers seat and always having a driver this causes the lean for me

mcj115 1952 M38A1(2),1964 CJ6,1966 CJ5,1979 CJ7 360 33's, Bantam trailer, M416 trailer and...

**DONOTDELETE** 08-23-2000 09:26 AM

Re: Survey: Which way does your CJ lean?
 
With my previous suspension I had a lean to the driver's side, of course this was probably caused by the bent front spring.[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
No lean with the current suspension.

Brad
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Reitman 08-23-2000 09:35 AM

Re: Survey: Which way does your CJ lean?
 
Mine leans to the drivers side. It's bad enough that I have to adjust the right side headlight so that it points more towards the road instead of the scenery on the side of the road.


Sean


**DONOTDELETE** 08-23-2000 09:49 AM

Re: Survey: Which way does your CJ lean?
 
To the drivers side just a little but it's still got the factory rubber bushings and 160,000 mi. I figure it's probably the half cracked, half dry-rotted bushings in the shackles causing mine.

84 cj7 Laredo Superior 1 piece, more to come.....

**DONOTDELETE** 08-23-2000 10:24 AM

Re: Survey: Which way does your CJ lean?
 
Wow, you mean to tell me that I'm not the only one with a Jeep that doesn't exactly sit straight? Well, that certainly is good news. Ever since I've noticed, my CJ has a slight lean towards the driver's side. Just figured maybe my springs were slowly wearing out and therefore causing the lean.

--Digger--


**DONOTDELETE** 08-23-2000 10:28 AM

Re: Survey: Which way does your CJ lean?
 
strong lean front driver's side. and i haven't even had it back on the road again.....on the road again, just can't wait to get on the..... ugh, sorry.

took my 4" springs apart to paint and add pads, i tried to match them back together but i must have missed! have about a 2 inch drop on the driver's front. :o(
time to take them back apart.

tj
[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/cool.gif[/img] "it was a '76, '77, '78, '79...'83 automobile!" (johnny cash)


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