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Hey y'all! New here but not new to Cherokees. Have one I can't figure out. Lots of turns through farm country. My jeep started howling from the front and the rear would slide out on a heavy right turn. Changed front bearings and got rid of the whine. Found the left rear tire worn to the cord on the inside. Took it for two new tires and an alignment, it was way off. Rides great on a straight ride but when I go heavy into a right turn it feels like the rear is steering the other way, sort of hopping sideways. Changed rear shocks, they were trashed, but still no help. Had it up in lift and nothing looks or feels loose. Any help would be great!
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I would find another mechanic is it full time 4wd? check your rear suspension. lower ball joints ( use a bar under the tire to check for movement) . also the bushings in the control arms. and the wheel bearings and rear axles.
 
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