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Old 06-15-2013, 10:25 PM   #31
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Literally 2 minutes from the city, Dundalk here!

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There is actually a trip going up this weekend (21-23) to Rausch creek. Facebook group element Offroad. Prob 50 jeeps or so. I will be heading up late fri night and wheeling sat and sun ... Also doing some rock jumping too! Into a river not in my jeep ;-)
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Old 07-25-2013, 04:10 PM   #35
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hey guys...fells jeeper here. Having issues with Death Wobble pretty bad and have had midatlantic 4x4 do some work. still not fixed. Im gonna list maintenance performed and ask if you have suggestions for other solutions, and maybe other trusted mechanics that are reasonable with price too.

I have had front U joints replaced
I have had trac bar replaced
I have had tie rod end and adjustment sleeve replaced
I have had stabalizer replaced

Ball joints are ok i was told.

I know I have one tire that is "boxed" slightly because I was riding on broken rear shock and didnt know it...but other than that...suggestions?
They want to do TIE rod, but jeep off road store in Glen Burnie said they have never fixed DW with tie rod. They charge $98 to put it up on the rack (applied to repairs) but I am sure they are prob pricey.
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Old 07-25-2013, 05:05 PM   #36
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hey guys...fells jeeper here. Having issues with Death Wobble pretty bad and have had midatlantic 4x4 do some work. still not fixed. Im gonna list maintenance performed and ask if you have suggestions for other solutions, and maybe other trusted mechanics that are reasonable with price too.

I have had front U joints replaced
I have had trac bar replaced
I have had tie rod end and adjustment sleeve replaced
I have had stabalizer replaced

Ball joints are ok i was told.

I know I have one tire that is "boxed" slightly because I was riding on broken rear shock and didnt know it...but other than that...suggestions?
They want to do TIE rod, but jeep off road store in Glen Burnie said they have never fixed DW with tie rod. They charge $98 to put it up on the rack (applied to repairs) but I am sure they are prob pricey.
Bad tie rod ends can cause death wobble . If it is stock more than likely its time to replace . One way to check on your own if you can is put the front axle up on jack stands , wheels off ground and have someone hold the steering wheel while you grab either wheel ( i'd do both ) at the 9-3 positions and push and pull . If it wobbles there is your culprit . I would bet though that the tie rod ends are your issue

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