First, It does wander on higher speed (55 mph plus) so I try to correct is with small adjustment to go straight, and as I try to make adjustment in steering, it gest bigger and bigger so I had to lower the speed to make it go straight, and as I speed up again, it repeats.
Just curious have you tried the stock stabilizer. I know it shouldn't make a difference. But I read reviews where people did not like their jeep drove with the falcon one..First, It does wander on higher speed (55 mph plus) so I try to correct is with small adjustment to go straight, and as I try to make adjustment in steering, it gest bigger and bigger so I had to lower the speed to make it go straight, and as I speed up again, it repeats.
as I was playing with adjustment with steering stabilizer set up with firm to soft. I have noticed there is very little dead spot before it gets stiff with steering stabilizer if this makes sense. while it was factory or soft setting, I feel less or not, but with firm setting it def. is there because the feedback is not linear
Its crazy how much different each jeep is. I wish we lived closer and could drive each others to see if the difference is in the jeep or the driver or both..Yes, I had stock first, and it was the same. I was hoping to improve with falcon, and it did not.. not sure if it is worse, but it is not better for sure
^^^ this helped my rear end squirm after 3” of lift. My squirm was not wandering (I had that previously) and the squirm was more noticeable under acceleration. I raised the roll center of my rear track bar using a synergy bracket and the squirm was gone.Raising the rear track bar bracket made a big difference on the higher speed swaying that you are describing. Lifting the jeep changes the roll center, raising the axel side of the rear track bar gets it closer to where it was. Out of all the mods I have done this one probably made the most improvement in the way the Jeep handled at highway speeds.
I'd hardly call .2mm a decent amount of toe out, that's about as near to 0 as you can get. 1/130 of an inch. You'd never even see that with a drive way tape measure alignment.You have a decent amount of toe out in the front - that is enough to make it wonder. Get that aligned to slightly toe-in. You can do it in your garage by turning your tie rod until the front measurement (tire to tire) is about 1/16th of an inch shorter than the rear of the tire.
Do that first, before buying more control arms to adjust caster.
I am sorry, but this is just wrong.Regarding tire pressure:
With a set of properly balanced tires and correct suspension geometer, you SHOULD NOT NEED to drop tire pressure down to 30 or even 15 as some suggested here. That is ridiculous. That isn't fixing the problem, that is just masking it and sweep it under the rug.
On my Duratracs (Load Range E) I have mine set to 36 psi as per instruction on door jam and mine tracks like a dream.