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05-16-2013 03:34 PM
sinbob have u checked ur ball joints???
05-16-2013 03:31 PM
SuicideSaints
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Originally Posted by lovethetrails5 View Post
Doea anyone know if breaks could be the issue i never used to get it and its been getting progressively worse i get it around 25-40mph and i need neew front breaks i know that
It could be brakes if it is happening during breaking, if it doesn't happen during braking then it is probably not the breaks. Checks U joints first (all of them), then start checking linkage for wear marks and looseness.......
05-16-2013 11:23 AM
lovethetrails5 Doea anyone know if breaks could be the issue i never used to get it and its been getting progressively worse i get it around 25-40mph and i need neew front breaks i know that
05-16-2013 11:19 AM
thatblondewhodrivesajeep
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Originally Posted by Wattapunk View Post
Try being more descriptive with more details on your issue. Does it shakes at certain speed range and goes away when you drive above/below that range? What size tires are you running ? Who recommended you change all those listed items ? You need to find a good 4x4 shop that has deals with Jeeps to check out your front end components, alignment etc... I would change mechanic/ or shop if they have aimlessly recommending you change tires/wheels/shocks and more shockingly axles to cure "shakes".
it shakes when I go over 35 . I have 33 s . Uhm I needed to replace alot of those things because I wanted to rebuild it but I also thought it would help .
05-16-2013 11:16 AM
thatblondewhodrivesajeep
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Originally Posted by SallyAnn View Post

exactly

Personal experience: I had a wobble so bad I couldn't drive over 30mph. I came on here, checked out the death wobble thread and started troubleshooting. turns out, my rear U joints were done. replaced them, good to go. i hope you didn't go out and buy new wheels and tires, unless you were secretly looking for a reason to.
I needed new tires and shocks and I thought I would help but it didn't .
05-16-2013 11:15 AM
thatblondewhodrivesajeep
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Originally Posted by SuicideSaints View Post
Wow, can I have all your old parts....... JK. Try reading the DW sticky, also look at your track bar set up and pitman arm. Go through the thread you will find the problem.
haha I'm selling alot of it !
05-16-2013 11:13 AM
thatblondewhodrivesajeep
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Originally Posted by 00tj2 View Post
Wow, you need to slow down. Throwing unnecessary money at a problem won't get you anywhere.b did you really replace everything you just posted?.?
It needed new shocks and tires so that wasn't a big deal but I thought it might help but it didn't .
05-15-2013 08:07 PM
eiei2261 Check your tie rods and drag link and track bar.And its bolts.
05-15-2013 01:08 PM
SuicideSaints Wow, can I have all your old parts....... JK. Try reading the DW sticky, also look at your track bar set up and pitman arm. Go through the thread you will find the problem.
05-15-2013 10:23 AM
Water Dog
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Originally Posted by nexbot486 View Post
I had that for awhile, one day i was out mudding in a construction site and ran into a ditch, once i got her out never had the problem again
"Go figure, she falls down a well, her eyes go cross, she gets kicked by a mule, they go back to normal.".......Eddie
05-15-2013 09:55 AM
nexbot486 I had that for awhile, one day i was out mudding in a construction site and ran into a ditch, once i got her out never had the problem again
05-15-2013 09:42 AM
Wattapunk Try being more descriptive with more details on your issue. Does it shakes at certain speed range and goes away when you drive above/below that range? What size tires are you running ? Who recommended you change all those listed items ? You need to find a good 4x4 shop that has deals with Jeeps to check out your front end components, alignment etc... I would change mechanic/ or shop if they have aimlessly recommending you change tires/wheels/shocks and more shockingly axles to cure "shakes".
05-15-2013 08:36 AM
homebrwd Look at the death wobble thread at the top of the forum. lots of good information in that.
05-15-2013 08:33 AM
trailinone Mine was the front track bar. Good luck.
Chris
05-15-2013 07:46 AM
SallyAnn
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Originally Posted by EricsRubi View Post
Death wobble is generally from bushings,u-joints, tie rod ends,etc..
exactly

Personal experience: I had a wobble so bad I couldn't drive over 30mph. I came on here, checked out the death wobble thread and started troubleshooting. turns out, my rear U joints were done. replaced them, good to go. i hope you didn't go out and buy new wheels and tires, unless you were secretly looking for a reason to.
05-14-2013 07:57 PM
EricsRubi Death wobble is generally from bushings,u-joints, tie rod ends,etc..
05-14-2013 07:55 PM
00tj2 Wow, you need to slow down. Throwing unnecessary money at a problem won't get you anywhere.b did you really replace everything you just posted?.?
05-14-2013 07:41 PM
thatblondewhodrivesajeep
jeep death shake

so I drive a 03 wrangler and it has the " jeep death shake " I've tried replacing the rims , tires , axial , and shocks and it still wobbles ! help !!!

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