A Death wobble is not just annoying; it could be dangerous. It can be due to many reasons. I agree that you might have worn steering components or a worn track bar (the track bar does see some ridiculous loads), but you might also have reduced your caster by adding the spacer kit. I would consider some Super Lift Rock Runner adjustable front links, which will allow you to dial some nega
tive caster back into your ride. At the same time, check your tires for odd wear along with all steering and suspension joints and even your alignment.
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by Fred Williams behind the seats), the market has definitely been slim on ordering these models. Does yours also have a manual transmission? If so, I'd say it is doubly rare. Sorry to say we made some calls and couldn't get reliable build numbers.
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