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  1. I bypassed 'em and ran straight to the new receiver. ?
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  3. Nothing wrong with polks man. I've found that for the price point, boss has really made a name for themselves for midrange speakers. Polk have always been great speakers ?
  4. Order online; Boss 6x9s in the doors Boss 6" in the rear doors (they'll fit) Sound stream 1" tweeters in the pillars Kenwood double din for the reciever (nice backup camera too) If you like bass: 2 low profile 10s in a custom box under the back seat with a 4000w amp does nicely I can get more specifics if you want.
  5. Thought I'd update this thread. The issue was a bad Track Bar. I replaced it and now the steering is perfect. I adjusted the drag link so the wheel is right and good as new!
  6. Ok, ball joints are fine by visual inspection and no play at 12&6, and by prying up on the wheel. There is play at 3&9, I'm thinking the tierod ends and drag link need replaced. There is some bump steer that needs to be corrected. Do you all have a recommended seller for the parts or will any HD do? I've heard to stay away from Moog.
  7. Hm. Now that know the difference, I already have the HD "T" style. Maybe the ball joints are toast, giving me too much play. Does anyone know if the ends are tapered for the 99? I know the pitman arm and drag link are from when I put the lift kit on but don't know about the tie rod ends.
  8. Thanks @CTcummins24V, this looks like the route in may want to go. @Mopar1973Man, yeah running 37x12.5s so they are big, even when I had 285s on it it still wasn't rigjt, I do feel it more now.
  9. Hey y'all, wanted a recommendation. The steering on my Dodge just doesn't feel solid. I have very little play in my wheel, steering box feels fine. I haven't jacked it up to check for wheel movement but assume that either the tie rod ends are going out or it's a combo with the drag link. On to my question. With the 99 model, is the "Y" steering Linkage version a good replacement or are there any recommendations on the "T" conversion if it's even needed. Any links to what others have done in the past? Thanks!
  10. Hey out of curiosity, what's that metal piece on your shifter.
  11. This is right up my alley, I may give this a go. Thanks man.
  12. See that's what i thought too. I have people swearing up and down that it's all stored in the cluster. Has anyone tried it?
  13. Hey Fellas, Can I swap clusters without any issue with the odometer? I don't care what the odometer says but want to make sure the it won't throw a code.
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