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Old 06-27-2013, 04:51 PM
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Number one, it isn't death wobble. Actual death wobble is only possible in solid axle front ends such as a 2500/3500. Your 1500 has IFS....

I would definitely be checking the front end parts such as the tie rod ends, ball joints, etc. That would be the first place. Verifying the alignment would be a good idea but a small misalignment shouldn't cause that kind of issue.

Wheels being out of balance would also cause a vibration and wobble. I would have those checked as well. Also, do you have stock or aftermarket wheels? If they're aftermarket and not hubcentric that would cause that issue as well.
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