Originally Posted by JTPhoto
I suppose it may be possible for stronger new parts to over compensate for worn out parts but not plausible. Changing one new stronger piece for a weaker worn piece, if properly installed of course, only means one less thing to flex and shake. Introducing aftermarket parts, if installed correctly, has no bearing on DW. A brand new Jeep with few miles and totally stock suspension and tires can have DW. The new stronger parts may however speed up wear on other older components or it may prolong their life.
Well, I'll take possibility vs. plausibility all day when submitting a theory. That's about B -C+.
You say you've never had a DW but you're submitting that loose trackbar , which has been identified as the culprit several times was not an issue here.
What exactly happens? I know there are videos, but for those that have driven through them. Can you keep the steering wheel straight while the tires go crazy or does the steering wheel loose all handling commands?
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