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Old 05-03-2017, 06:19 PM
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I am having an issue with death wobble after putting on new adjustable control arms and having an alignment I just wanted to see if everything on the front end looked good from the picture my next step is tire rotation and balance. Any input would be great
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I am having an issue with death wobble after putting on new adjustable control arms and having an alignment I just wanted to see if everything on the front end looked good from the picture my next step is tire rotation and balance. Any input would be great
Angles look ok but what lift height?

FWIW, my DW was caused by a wallowed out from LCA hole. I think the wallow was created because I was running short arms on 6" of lift, so much of the jounce input from the road was going through that joint into the CAs instead of up through the spring.

I fixed the wallowed out holes by welding on washers, and then upgraded to long arms which I really needed anyway at that lift height.
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