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Old 10-19-2012, 05:56 PM
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I need some help with a death wobble after i took off my 37's and put on 33's. I have the crossover steering on one ton axles and a 6 in lift. I also have a steering stabilizer on it too. Everything on the fron end is tight and I dont have any funny tire wear either. It happens when I hit a bump in my road at about 30 and it will start dancing all over until i hit the brakes and slow down to about 20. Any other time it seems ok. The steering box is new as well so I'm kinda lost.
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The stabilizer could be worn out or you may need a dual stabilizer setup.
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