Anyone had luck with the steering TSB in Montréal or area?...or any Canadian?

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Had mine done a week and a half ago. Got about 1500 kms on it since then.
steering is definitely tighter. Highway driving is especially improved.
they didn’t check the alignment afterward - so the steering wheel was off to the right about 3 degrees. Annoying ASF. They were also kind enough to leave power steering fluid EVERYWHERE. Fixed the the alignment myself and cleaned up the mess.
Worth having the TSB done.





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Agreed, overall its been better, still seems to pull a bit on the highway when there is a crown...worse than other vehicles... but overall its been good.

Its been about 2 weeks a few hour drives on the highway...
It was a very different feel (almost seemed lighter/easier to turn) at the beginning but now it seems about "normal"..?
 

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Agreed, overall its been better, still seems to pull a bit on the highway when there is a crown...worse than other vehicles... but overall its been good.

Its been about 2 weeks a few hour drives on the highway...
It was a very different feel (almost seemed lighter/easier to turn) at the beginning but now it seems about "normal"..?
That’s a SFA for you, they will always tend to follow the crown more than an IFS.
 

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My box is on order, hopefully they don't make me return to stock again to install the thing. Added 3/4 Daystar spacer all round
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Had mine done in Calgary at Tower. Had it in for oil change and asked about it. Told me 3-4 weeks for parts, called me two days later that they had everything. It's been completed, improvement ... Yes!. I have 2.5" lift and 35's, only mention they had was that the larger tires I would feel more "floating"
 

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Had mine done in Calgary at Tower. Had it in for oil change and asked about it. Told me 3-4 weeks for parts, called me two days later that they had everything. It's been completed, improvement ... Yes!. I have 2.5" lift and 35's, only mention they had was that the larger tires I would feel more "floating"
Good to know - I had mine done the day before my 2.5" lift and 35's went on so I'm ok for this TSB, but for any future issues it's nice to know they didn't hold the lift and tires against you!
 

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The best $60 that you can spend on your stock Rubicon. If you search around you'll find a thread with lots of positive comments.

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Been looking into this - trying to figure out the best place to buy in Canada. Any suggestions?
 

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