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Old 09-10-2012, 07:13 AM
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Default Riding rough after off-road

So there is a construction site near my house we went exploring, and it had just rained and was a muddy mess. I dropped it down to 4lo and we were riding around the site. I wasn't going crazy, just throwin some mud around, hittin a few bumps here and there.

My buddy pointed out yesterday on the highway "man your truck feels like its riding a little rough, you feel that?"

After he pointed it out it really started to bug me. It isn't bad, just slight shake in the steering wheel at highway speeds. I'm kinda new to "off-roading" and although I wouldn't say I did anything over the top I'm worried somethin happened while I was out there. Should I be worried? Maybe just an alignment thrown off some?
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