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Steering and more from Ruffstuff!The Ruffstuff 9" Disc Brake brackets!Offset Tie Rod Kit From RuffStuff!

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Unread 07-24-2013, 11:43 PM   #1
Pugulis
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Death Wobble bandage

Just curious if anyone else has done this. I'm dealing with my own little bout with DW. As with most people, I'm replacing part by part until it goes away. In the mean time though, I noticed that when I put it in 4w part time, the DW is noticeably less. And when it does happen, it's easier to stop. Just thought I'd share this.

P.S. Yes, I've checked everything. I've replaced ball joints, put in a new steering stabilizer and am waiting on a new track bar and tie rod/long tube. After that I'll go to the drag link.

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