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Old 01-25-2013, 09:06 AM
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Originally Posted by snrusnak View Post
I'm not really sure what exactly death wobble is so can't help you...
it's all good man. maybe ill post a separate thread about it.

a handful of people who level and add bigger tires get a really violet shake at highway speeds...like the truck is about to throw itself off the highway..they say it's very scary. And it only happens once they hit a large bump and it sets the wheels to shaking and they can't stop until you brake hard and slow down. is like speed wobble on a skateboard, once it starts...it only gets worse and is next to impossible to stop. There are many things that can contribute..worn track bar the most common ive read. But mine isn't violent obviously...but it seems like there is a possibility it could be caused from the same thing...im not sure. im just puttin a theory out there.
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