Nope. Have owned lots of jeeps just never had any issues like the on the gladiator. I know it’s the box but doesn’t mean the other parts won’t help. If I knew buying a new box would fix it. I’d gladly pay out of pocket for the box
what am I missing from below . I don’t know any fix that has consistently worked.
-tightning the box works for some not got others
-psc kit....pretty pricey but yes solves it
-synergy brace. Works for some
-steering stabilizer works for some
I went clayton. they are awesome guys. You'll be happy i went 3.5 overland. Install is straight forward, just make sure you have an installer that is used to adjustable control arms. The instructions provided are good but the measurements are just starting points. You have to tweak. The...
YOU are 100% correct. I followed up on everything. The guy I was following with the buzz turned out it was a poorly machined part like you said. Yukon is overnighting the part. FWIW gears should not be more noisy than stock
I had my lift tweaked to get the angles all corrected. At certain highway speeds Im getting a steering wheel shake. Its not constant, but its around 45-55. Its not a tire out of balance. What would cause that. Its not a violent shake, but definitely there
Just curious as I’m going to get gears done in a few. Do you get any new noises going to 4.88 or 5.13s. Some people say yes there will be some whining/buzzing. Others are saying it should be quiet like stock. So in a few weeks once I get it done. Expect a new noise or should be quiet.
depends on where you live. shop time is expensive where we live if you want it done right. My opinion is $300-$400 is not worth having issues with gears. Parts alone are almost $1200. Stick to reputable shop and try and combine work to lower cost.
also i dont think you need gears with 35s...