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Unread 05-31-2012, 03:49 PM   #1
WaTrFoWlR
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Death wobble?!?!

so i just installed a rough country 4" x series lift on my 99 grand cherokee and it rides fine untill i hit a fairly decent bump.. then i get a death wobble from hell. its only when i hit bumps. I still have a 245-75-16 on because my new tires are not in yet. Could it be that or is there another reason. I was told by a friend it could be alignment or the trac bar is not adjusted corrctly but everything is tight. i dont know what to do please help!

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