Check the Toe as well. Basically bring it to a shop and have the entire alignment checked then post your alignment sheet. I would be surprised if it wasn't something to do with that or wheel balance. You very well could have lost a wheel weight or two.
The only other thing I can think of is if your track bar bolt is slightly wallowed. Did you replace the factory bolt with a Class 12.9? Here are the exact spec for the bolt: M10x1.50x75mm Class 12.9
Beasley, if i do control arms next and on a budget. Which two should i replace first, or do all four front first or all four lowers first? Thinking about giving metal cloaks new arms a try. 1000.00 is a bit much but if i can break it down into 2-4 purchases i might be able to get started.
Rear uppers and front lowers first. Allows you to adjust pinion angle and caster. Personally, I would save up and do them all at once. This allows you to do the install in one shot as well as one alignment.
I might go ahead and get front lowers. The alignment shop i used has a 6 month garauntee, so as long as i get em all done before then it wont cost me any more for alignments. I know my loving wife wouldn't go for 1000.00 mod again.
My death wobble is gone....two days of driving on same roads that caused it. I replaced both front axle u joints and driver side front wheel bearing.
The slight "angry sparrow" noise i heard before is a bit louder now. A chirping noise between 5-15 mph. I know ive read about this noise before. Is it front driveshaft u joints? Or could i have pinched a needle bearing in the axle u joint? I heard it before replace ing them but it seems louder now.
At least the wobble is gone.
Always something to replace/fix/diagnose. Jeep Jam isn't until August, but dd til then.