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Old 04-11-2013, 09:36 PM
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Just bought a 2004 2500 qc 4x4 and it has a rev tec front lift kit.The truck drove good but had a lot of play in the steering so I changed out the inner at pitman tie rod.Moog track bar bushings and a new steering shock. I drove it home and hit a bridge drop and I experienced violent death wobble at 70 mph. Needless to say The beer tasted very good that night. Lol I've been reading about the new revised steering linkage and am concidering ordering one .Is this part really worth the money? and will it eliminate the Death wobble or Is this just a band aid approach? Thanks in advance..
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It's still a bandaid as the exact culprit has never been nailed down. A steering shaft bushing has also been a commonly replaced part as well as upgraded dual steering stabilizers.
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i had the DW in my PW i sold a few months ago...i couldnt get rid of that truck fast enough. good luck on everything
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