Ok, so I finished my lift....had to take it to a mechanic to have the old shock mount bolts drilled out. On the way back, I hit a bump going about 55 mph and seriously thought I was going to crash. Shook so badly I could barely see the road and my arms went numb. So I was hoping an alignment would fix this because I didnt even set the toe in after completing the lift. Drove for a while after the alignment at speeds up to 65 mph while hitting bumps and no shaking.....so I thought I was in the clear. NOPE! One of those bumps set off the Death Wobble again. I am going for new tires this week and I hope this will help.
Now I was reading all of the threads on DW. Mr. Clifford was saying that re-drilling the location of the stock track bar is NOT OK. Well, this is what I did. I have the RE 3.5" standard lift and it didn't come with an adjustable track bar. I already spent more money than I had planned on, but if the AMEX needs another $150 slapped on it to spare my life, I guess it's worth it. Anyone else running on a stock track bar with about 4 inches of lift? And if I need to get adjustable, Do I need both a front and back adjustable track bar, or just the front? Please say just the front! I am really hoping that new tires and if needed, the adjustable track bar will cure the DW. Everything is tight, so I am praying this will be the cure
RE 3.5" lift
RE steering stabilizer installed with lift
RE monotube shocks installed with lift