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07-18-2013 09:57 AM
eddieb1965 Its probably your axle u-joints that need changing,I had the same problem only while turning left,nothing the other way or straight.The axle u-joint was so stiff I couldnt move it once removed(orange rust).Replaced both and no more wobble while turning.
07-15-2013 10:10 PM
gbendezu check your from swaybar links the lower part where they connect with the t50 bolt, the nut might be coming loose. I think it should be your right side one (passenger) but check both just in case
07-15-2013 09:58 PM
Wobble when turning right

I've been getting a weird wobble whenever I turn right, and especially when I'm traveling 40-45. It's weird because it doesn't happen when i turn left and as soon as I cut the wheel back the wobble stops. I had replaced the passenger side ball joint a few weeks ago. When this started happening I checked the drivers side ball joint and it was loose so today I replaced it and although the wobble has gotten smaller, its still there. Any ideas? I checked the track bar btw, because I had an issue with that before and it was tight. Also, I replaced the passenger side ujoint over the winter but the drivers side seems to be fine. Thanks.

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