Originally Posted by cnickels87
Jeep 95 Grand Cherokee, 4.0l 4wd
2" coil spacers
This one I just cant seem to figure out. I'm getting a slight steering wheel shake at around 50mph and 70 mph. Its weird it only happens around those speeds any faster or any slower and it goes away. It also dosen't shake all the time I would say I get this shake probably 70% of the time. Any ideas?
Just put new tires on and re-balanced
Replace steering stabilizer, with upgraded one from rough country
I have no play in my wheel from side to side and up and down
It is a tire related issue. One is either still out of balance or is out of round. Could also be a bent wheel. You need to go somewhere and have them "road force" balanced. This will match the tire imbalance to the rim imbalance and reduce the amount of weight required to bring it into balance. This will also tell you if you have a rim that is out of spec or a tire that is out of spec and needs to be replaced.
Make sure the place that does the work dynamically balances the tires (uses the machine on the setting that measures both edges of the rim for imbalance). Some places use center line balancing on larger tires.
Hopefully, for you, that you didn't buy some stupid "custom" wheel that has fake bead locks on the outer rim. These are extremely difficult to balance as they will not allow weights on the outside edge and require the use of adhesive weights on the inside next to the wheel spokes.