I have a set of Mickey Thompson rims from my old 94 wrangler. I got a 2006 Rubicon and had it lifted with rubicon express shocks, springs, adjustable bars and also an OME steering stabilizer.
Now, when I drive with my stock Rubi wheels, everything is fine. If I throw on my MT's, which have 33' BFG MTs on them, I get serious death wobble when I hit certain bumps or unevenness in the road to the point of almost crashing.
I have had the tires balanced twice, but have not tried them since I got my OME and have heard that if you get DW, you shouldn't be looking for a steering stabilizer to be your solution.
I wanted to know if the rims could be the problem? I notice that when I put them on, the holes aren't snug around the lug bolts. I can move the wheel around a tiny bit and the first couple lugs nuts, when tightened, actually bring the rim to where its supposed to be for the last couple lug nuts.
The guy that balanced the tires said that it may be the tires themselves and that they could be off.
Let me know what you guys think. I really hope I can keep the rims because they are nice, but if they are the issue, then I may have to get rid of them.