While I agree with you-your comment may get you in hot water around here :lol:kik said:Death Wobble. It's not a problem at all on stock JK's or any other Wrangler unless the suspension hasn't been lifted correctly or components are worn out. Definately not an issue on a new vehicle. Welcome and good luck.
Thanks for the concern, but I didn't think it was that bad saying that if a lift isn't done properly it can happen. Most often I believe it's due to worn parts as a result of age and mileage based upon the design of the YJ, TJ and JK. I actually observed it happen to a worn out TJ on 78 in PA who decided to bring it up over 80 to pass a truck. I didn't realize how bad it was until I actually observed it happen to someone at highway speed. It looked like the front end was going to fall off. It stopped when he slowed down considerably. I think the issue there was the TJ suspension looked real tired. It was stock.While I agree with you-your comment may get you in hot water around here :lol:
No. DW is something that can happen to any vehicle with a solid front axle if parts are worn out or improperly installed.