First trip out of town and first shakedown since lift and noticed a bit of what they call the Death Wobble. In my case it is initiated by rough road or a pothole. Did a lot of reading and have a list of things to check before ill feel safe at highway speeds
Check torque on new JKS tracbar, CHECK
Dry steer and look/feel all steering joints for play. CHECK
Inspect all control arm bushings. CHECK
Make sure lug nuts are tight. CHECK
Inspect front driveshaft U-Joints CHECK
During inspection i found right front axle U-Joint needs replaced (gonna warm up this weekend so im gonna stop till i have more free time, why does it always drop 20* when i need to work on my Jeep?)
Other things i need to CHECK off my list:
Replace front axle u-joint that i found bad.
Loosen all control arms like the lift instructions said to do in the first place, then re-torque with weight on axles. (I think this is my main problem)
Check wheel bearings.
Buy a angle thingie and check camber.
Im using this as a guideline... http://www.automotiveforums.com/t936...ent_bible.html
This guy did a nice write-up!
But i am always open to suggestions.
'05 LJ Rubi 2.5" DPG OME 1.25" BL, 1" MML, Rokmen TT skid, F&R JKS adj trackbars, JKS extended rear sway links, JKS front disco sway links
Edit, 255/85/16 tires are new and were balanced less than 2000 miles ago