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Old 08-27-2013, 12:20 PM
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First off, to clarify... Death wobble is not even possible on a Ram 1500 as they have IFS. Death wobble occurs on solid axle front ends (ie. 2500 and 3500's). So that's not what you're experiencing.

As DAA said, start with an alignment. If you're tire is scrubbing like that it is probably out. There's no other reason for it to be doing that. If one side is aligned properly and one side isn't that could easily give you that 1" difference in height. I would bet the alignment solves your problem completely.

If you still have the problem after that it's time to pull the front end back apart and make sure the leveling kit was installed properly. I don't see how it could be screwed up... but dumber things have happened.
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