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Bleed MUD
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1/04/2004
18:12:56

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first off my steering wheel sits to the left so i know i need a alignment but when im coming to a stop or starting off its really hard to turn right but not left. i just changed to u joints and the steering box.also the wheel wanders a bit.
i have a 98 35x12.5 tires suspenion lift. any input would be great!thanks guys



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1/04/2004
18:48:43

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you might need to replace your ball joint if it wonders



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1/05/2004
01:30:11

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put a practicall size tire on.....YOU HAVE AN IFS TRUCK..



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1/05/2004
08:51:51

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im sorry i have a 98 dakota and a 98 ram im talking about my ram no IFS,how do i check my ball joints how much play in the tire is to much? because i can move it a little but not much



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1/05/2004
09:00:05

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also if its hard to turn right what side ball joint or thats just for the wandering



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1/05/2004
21:11:38

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hey dAkAtA funny you should say something about tire size. I have a 98 Durango had been running 35" MTR's for about 2 yrs. Went up to 37" about 2 months ago still wheel it hard as I can and have never had a problem from the front end.



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1/06/2004
03:41:36

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dirty, thats bitchen way to go...

bleed...if your talkin bout ur ram you should have said something in the first place and you should try a message board that actually talks about YOUR truck dumbass...whats the web site again

DRew



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1/10/2004
10:50:30

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listen dakota if all you can work on is a dakota youve got your share of problems and did i ask for your punk@ss to reply, didnt your mother teach you if all you have is something stupid to say ,then shut your trap MY RAM could probably drive over your dakota and it was probably hard for you to come up with that name



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1/10/2004
16:29:48

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ok im not goin to sit here and say mine is better than yours and i can do this and that because its just word that you cant prove remember lil guy talk is cheap so keep typing and getting angry about how u have the same motor in your big dumb truck as my lil dakota.
keep driving that street truck of yours and big tires so just incase your parking and hit the curb and dont want to scratch your nice wheels...have a nice day bleed mud your lame.

DRew



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1/10/2004
19:09:17

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thats right my ram is a street truck but my 98 dakota is a mudaholic,this stupid conversation all stated when you called me a dumbass, damn cant even taste your own medicine,are we done?and your right there WORDS,man im just really looking for some feed back about my ?



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1/10/2004
22:55:20

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Hey what all have you done to your Ram



bleed mud
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1/12/2004
18:52:09

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i had on 40inch ss but now have 35inch all terrains. 8inch suspenion lift,droped pitman arm,i made my own brackets and added a steering stabilizer above the stock one. i just changed both u joints and put in a new steering box. this truck has been built different about 3 time ,at one point it had 12inches of lift and 44s on it and it has done some boggin. any thoughts? thanks



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