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Unread 07-03-2010, 06:32 PM   #1
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*ANOTHER Death Wobble question, Dam&it...

Hey guys, I'm by no means a jeep expert... I just keep buying them because I love them. My 2006 Wrangler X is giving me issues... big time...

The Vehicle is STOCK except for 31' Baja/Goodrich tires on Cragar wheels, with only 40,000 miles on it, and rattles to hell between 45 - 55 mph... sometimes more or less... to the point where other cars get out of my way because they think my jeep is about to fall to pieces.

I have read the articles, and can't seem to get this right... it's been to the shop 3 times for rebalancing, rotation of tires, brakes are fine...and if I recall he did replace the steering stabilizer...

What else can be done... this has to stop.
I'd appreciate ANY input, thank you


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Unread 07-04-2010, 05:59 AM   #2
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Have the alignment checked. My 04 Rubicon does it a little due to the caster is not in spec cause of my lift. I work at a Jeep dealer and have seen tires cause the issue. A bad batch of tires can do it too! If you think about the front casters on a shopping cart how at certain speeds when you push it, thats what your front tires are doing. Make sure your track bar is tight too!
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