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Old 17th December 2010, 04:17   #16
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Can someone give some detail on the jeep's steering wheel? I am not a jeeper anyway, Just curious to know about it as I had never seen the design before.
Owner said this is original wrangler steering which he imported from US.
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Dear Sabareesh - this phenomenon is known as "chassis crab", it means that the 4 wheels do not form a rectangle but a quadrilateral. By the way, how are you and how is your green CJ500D4WD working?

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This is a perennial question I wished to ask, but we dont take Mumbai- Lonavala trips often . I had always seen it in jeeps right from Willys to the current mahindras. Wondered why. Now I have the answer.
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