Ford death wobble discuss

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That's not death wobble, you cannot control death wobble and usually have to come to complete stop to get it to go away.
 
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Thought jeeps was only when lifted.

Not a stock truck, and told its not designed to go over 65 without a load.
 

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jeeps can do it stock also.

jk's were doing it
 

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that salespersonmanager needs to be hanging from the end of his versace belt by the end of this week from embarassment..

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Is this is a widespread issue? 150, 2-350?
thats what im trying to find out. i dont think is the 150 because he says later on if you wanted a fast truck you should have gotten an f150. so i would think 250 or 350.
 

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Hmmmm, I've gone 90mph in our F-350's and 550's. unloaded and fully loaded to max weight. smooth as glass.
 

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Death Wobble is typically sign of slop in the suspension. New ball joints, tie rods, track bar, etc. will cure it.

I believe it's primarily a 4x4 issue, but on all truck brands.
 

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#ifslife

I was completely under the impression the super duties had IFS. Thought Dodge's whole selling point was solid axles whereas the competition did not. :tmyk:
 

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thats what im trying to find out. i dont think is the 150 because he says later on if you wanted a fast truck you should have gotten an f150. so i would think 250 or 350.
i have never heard of this from any my customers
 

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My dodge Powerwagon had death wobble when you would hit an elevated crease in the road on the highway. Dealer couldn’t find anything wrong so I took the mechanic for ride and he felt it. Changed the ball joints and it fixed it.
 

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Any solid axle vehicle can eventually get death wobble if the suspension parts are worn or even having tires that are worn unevenly or misbalanced like in my case after I lifted my wj grand Cherokee, just seems to show up more after lifting a vehicle and having the suspension geometry be off or having worn parts.
 

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