Why did you toe it out? How much?Hi,
Two years ago I added to my JK;
I experienced bumpsteer and death wobble since then, so I;
- Had everything aligned (twice)
- searched the internet for the cause (planman's youtube movies etc.)
- added a high steer kit
- raised my trackbar
- played with different air settings in the tires
- changed the steering stabilizer
- Gave the wheels more toe out
With your added caster with the Dynatrac you should not be feeling bumpsteer.
What does caster and bump steer have to do with each other on a solid axle? Usually it's as simple as drag link and track bar arc lengths.
OP, are we talking a mechanical bump steer or someones interpretation of "i hit a bump and it sometimes wanders"? Bump steer is mechanical, unintentional turning of the wheels. As in the drag link and track bar aren't swinging in the same arc, therefore causing unintended steering as the suspension cycles. A test for this could be as simple as supporting the frame by jackstands, pulling the springs and cycling the suspension up/down while someone watches the steering wheel. As mentioned, it's easy enough to check that the drag link and track bar are in fact at the same angle, "eyeballing" it is not recommended.
This is the first time I've seen weight distribution and "bump steer" related, perhaps I've just been missing out on this. Perhaps we're talking about two different things as well.
Is your front axle centered?