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Has anyone done a write up on bushing replacement I’m using the search and having trouble my old beater has got the death wobble real bad
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Can you tell us more.. wobble can come form CV joints, UJs (very often), panhard bushes.. Tell us at which speed you feel the wobble.. PS 98 isn't old. My Rangie is from 83.
 

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Lift using the jack and check for movement 3-9 and 12-6. If no ball joint problems, take a shock off and see if it still expands with pressure if no get a new Terriferma set. Also if your tires are over 5yrs old the rubber is not soft anymore you will need new. Finally a ne steering damper should button it up. I had death wobble at 55 mph but after new tires, balance, new shocks ,and new steering damper all is perfect. sorry
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Got new tires today ordered the ball joints and dampener and new tie rods as they are shot happens at 55mph disappear s at 62
 
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