Originally Posted by AsylumTJ
If you have high mileage tires try replacing them. I know when my km2s are due to be replaced when I get a slight wobble after ruts/pot holes around 45mph
I was going to provide the same experience. My 06 LJ (with 46k) had DW at 55 when I got it. Strange thing to me was, it didn't have it when I test drove it. Come to find out, the dealer rotated and balanced the tires between the test drive and my picking it up.
Anyways, too the point- I rotated the tires (original), then noticed I had some play in the trackbar, so I replaced that and it helped but didn't fix it. I lived with it for a few months, then I got my BFG MTs.... DW gone.
So those old goodyears still had good tread, looked fine, and were fine except at 55, but in reality they were shot.
I spoke to the service manager and told him what was up, he questioned me, but did not argue with me (I have a associates in Auto Tech). I sent the dealer the bill for the trackbar (parts), and they paid it. About 2-3 weeks after I got the check for the t-bar, the shop manager called me and told me they had another jeep with 'that shaking problem', and I happily told him what to do, he was pretty grateful, I thought about sending them the bill for my consultation....