My answer to the dreaded "Dead Wobble" -
I have a 2007 Jeep Wrangler Limitted.
For the first 5 years, I never experienced the infamous Wobble.
After not using the vehicle for many months last year, on my first trip to a gas station I experienced it while driving around 50mph over some lump in the road.
The a couple of months later, it happened once more, same speed, other road and bump.
Doung research on it, consulting with a dealer, I never got a satisfactory answer to this problem.
This year, while driving across mountenous roads with lots of turns, bridges, road bumps, it happened 5 times in a row, always while goung around 50mph.
While driving through those mountains and reflecting on what happened the year before, I began to think the tires are involved in the cause of this problem. I had earlier completed a service and they did check the tires and pressue. The year before, I corrected the tire pressure at that gas station.
My tires are getting close to replacement, having 45k miles on them.
At the next gas fill, after two more wobble incidents, I checked the tire pressure and found the front tires to be a bit low at around 28psi.
I filled them to 32psi and while going across similar mountain roads I have not experienced this wobble for over 1000 miles of driving.
For me, there is strong emperical evidence that the tire softness contributes a lot to the start if the wobble. This will also stop me from putting winter tires under this vehicle. I will stick to the all season ones.