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i just recently installed a new lift kit and 33" tires on my truck and when i change lanes real fast it tends to crab walk really bad anyone know why or have any suggestions on how to go about fixing the problem????
 

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yes did all of that i dont know what the deal is im going to try to stiffin up the suspension tomorrow and see if that helps but i have my doughts that its going to be that easy of a fix.
 

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did you put on a heavier stabilizer? i had to put a stiffer one
 

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The Rancho lift is a solid kit
probably just the new MT tires feeling a little slimy
 

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you have changed your original ride that you are used to , gonna take some driving of the new setup to get use to it
 

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Check ur u bolts and the the center bolt in the spring packs also look and see if the pins are in the blocks or in the axle just something to look at because ur truck shouldnt do that.
 

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thanks for the input guys i think humbold is right i think the new MT's are feelin a little slimy..
 

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Toyo's don't usually get that feeling....Especially in the smaller sizes. I would check the rear as stated and make sure the center pins are in the blocks in the pocket and not "floating"...
 

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My new MTs felt just like that... I have about 200 miles on them now and they feel a lot better.

Its the tires dude...
 
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