|08-09-2011 08:34 PM|
|The Fireman||Awesome! Im glad they fixed it.|
|08-08-2011 10:44 PM|
Have a great night!
|08-08-2011 02:26 PM|
|The Fireman||I've heard a lot about Wilson Offroad in downtown Fayetteville, and Get Ugly Customs in Hoke County does a lot of Jeep work. Hopefully that helps.|
|07-07-2011 11:05 AM|
|hgesell||I haven't lifted my jeep yet so I haven't gotten the death wobble. But the name of this thread may be why no one is responding. I like Sammy Hagar, so that's why I clicked on it. Try something like "Please help me with possible death wobble". (just a suggestion, hope it helps)|
|07-07-2011 09:02 AM|
|1RedBull||Bump - hoping someone has a suggestion. Thanks in advance.|
|06-26-2011 09:34 AM|
Like Sammy Hagar........
......I can't drive 55....or my jeep falls apart!
I have probably searched and read every thread or article on death wobble there has ever been posted. I've taken my '05 TJ (4 inch ProComp Stage II lift with 32" BFG ATs) to 4 different shops and no one can figure out the source. I won't go into all of the details but everything from the steering stabilizer, alignments (in and out of specs), tires balanced and actually ran 2 other sets of tires and wheels to check, 3 different track bars, upgraded tie rod/drag link and so on.
I am hoping my fellow jeepers can give me some suggestions as to the best shop to take my jeep and get this fixed. I'm in Greensboro but would be willing to trailer it to somewhere else if they can fix it. Thanks in advance for your suggestions!!
Keep on wheelin'!