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Old 02-20-2013, 08:54 AM
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Default Front end axle wrap or hop under load

I have a 2010 Power Wagon. I have real bad wheel hop in the FRONT axle when in deep sand. I dont have any wheel hoop or axle wrap in the rear. I have corrected the problem in the rear with a custom made traction bar that does not bind under extreme flex. What have you guys done to get rid of the front axle wrap or hoping when in deep sand or mud. I am running 35-inch tires and the front springs have a 1.25-inch spacer to level out the truck. This happens in high or low range, when the sway bar is connected or disconected. The hoping is reduced when the sway bar is connected, but still there. I have had many jeep with the same style front end as the Power Wagon and never had this problem. Help, Help!!!!!
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