Just wanted to ask a few questions:
Has anyone fixed death wobble with repairs to the rear suspension?
Since my lift I always had a little shimmy when I hit a bump, I thought it was just the nature of running flexjoints on all ends. It did resemble the Death wobble effect without the progressive increase to uncontrol; I found something over the weekend that I thought was nothing but it firmed up the Jeeps ride a bunch.
Apparently when I assembled my joints, one of them had torqued and not settled properly leaving a space for the ball to have about 1/8" of play. It wasn't noticeable on the ground but when I unloaded the joint you could move the ball in the joint. I re-torqued and it's a whole new Jeep.
So I thought if one joint having 1/8" of play could raise this much hell; I wonder what another thing, like the rear trackbar, would do?
Now it wasn't the only thing I did in that time; I did have the front LCA mount skids installed. This leads me to another question. Could this have been a problem as well?
Obama, The greatest gun salesman since the invention of firearms.
This is exactly why we need to practice proper gun control.
If he was aiming down the sights correctly and had plenty of practice rounds under his belt, there would only be one side of this story.