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Most 'wobble' is a track bar issue. Check your bushing on your front track bar and make sure it's torqued correctly. (55lbs at the axle, 110 at the frame). Rear track bar, same thing, check the bushing and torque (74 lbs both frame and axle).
 

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Almost feels like something bottoms out in the back end when I hit a bump. Is the video normal for shocks to look like?
 

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Your shocks should be stiff so to speak. They shouldn't bounce at all. Those look like you have a little more play in them but that wouldn't cause a wobble. Going over a bumb it wouldn't absorb the bumb and sound like it was bottoming out. But wobble... That's a little different.
 

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Maybe I shouldn't have said wobble. When I hit a bump it feels like my shocks don't take the bump. It's as if I almost lose control when I hit a bump because it's so bad.
 
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