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Nth Degree Mobility Owners Resource Thread


MitchS

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I have the complete Nth degree 4in long arm lift with guards and up grades. The tie rod has Nth degree on it. Very heavy duty. Looking to replace all the ends. Hope this helps.
Thanks
After a lot of searching I found my Jeep has the Nth87110 TJ Heavy Duty Steering System. The good news is it was made by Currie and the ends are still available.
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monu-mental

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Does anyone have the Nth Degree TT Installation Instructions Figure 16? Supposedly it shows the 1/4" deep 'window' in front of the shifter cane isolator housing needed to clearance the '04+ manual trannys.
 

red95jeep

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I went back and looked at my paper copy. “Figure 16” along with some verbage have been removed.

The information you are looking for may or may not of been important. I don’t remember any issues that came up with cutting a square hole.

Also, I used a 1.25” body lift, Boob proof motor mount 1”lift, and a 1” Steering riser bracket. Have not had any shifting issues.

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Wildman

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Does anyone know where to find the bushings for the rear Dana 44 stinger? Seems like a fiber-embedded rubber.

Which bushing are you looking for? Can you post a picture of it? That would help us to try and help you out.
 

David Kishpaugh

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Does anyone know where to find the bushings for the rear Dana 44 stinger? Seems like a fiber-embedded rubber.
07-18 jk wrangler factory front upper shock bushings work. They are a tad soft but our other options are getting slim short of making derlin bushings in the lathe.

It'll take a stack of washers to keep the rear from rubbing metal to metal.

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Wildman

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Thanks David. I forget you were a Nth Degree dealer before also. Really appreciate your help.

Happy Thanksgiving.
 

daeortega

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HI DAVID CAn i get you phone i have a problem with my rear tru loc 44 rubicon
07-18 jk wrangler factory front upper shock bushings work. They are a tad soft but our other options are getting slim short of making derlin bushings in the lathe.

It'll take a stack of washers to keep the rear from rubbing metal to metal.

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