Dodge Front End Issues on 1994-08 Cummins and the Dreaded Death Wobble

If you’re the owner of any Dodge HD truck and haven’t had any issues related to the front end suspension and/or steering, you’re either oblivious to it, or you’ve managed to find a one in a million truck.  Since the release of the EXTREMELY popular 1994 Dodge Ram through the current generation of Rams, there have always been woes on the integrity, and many times the safety of these trucks in regards to the front end.  Typically, the 1994-2002 (called the 2nd Generation Rams) mostly had issues stemming from premature failure of the steering gear boxes, causing an extremely loose feeling that would work its way down through all of the tie rods and ball joints.  Most drivers would explain this looseness as “driving Miss Daisy” in which you’re driving down the road and constantly correcting the steering because of having to over steer the truck.  On top of this, most notice an extreme harshness when hitting pot holes, speed bumps, etc. that can be felt through the steering wheel.  In extreme cases of these trucks, many will experience an occurrence commonly known as Death Wobble (we’ll talk about this later in the write up).

Next came the release of the 2003 Dodge Rams (called the 3rd Generation Rams) that were in production through 2009.  With the design of these trucks came different suppliers of axles and axle housings in which Dodge got away from Dana axles and switched to American Axles that were larger in diameter, as well as slightly larger gear box, and a host of other “smaller” changes.  These trucks do not have as big of an issue with gearbox failure, just overall the gearbox is relatively weak, and unable to do its job as effectively as it should (which Dodge finally upgraded on the 2009 models).  The biggest complaint of these trucks are premature ball joint failure, which largely stems from looseness in the tie rods, similar to the 2nd Generation Rams, and this looseness many times leads to the previously mentioned Death Wobble.

Now, WHAT IS DEATH WOBBLE?  From the driver’s seat, Death Wobble is a situation in which an absolutely violent shaking of the front end occurs and transfers through to the steering wheel causing an abrupt side to side movement and this occurrence can only be stopped by literally slowing the vehicle down to a stop.  The most frequent situation in which Death Wobble occurs is driving at freeway speeds, going around a corner, and hitting a bump, or especially an expansion joint on a bridge…..then IT happens!

But what is the actual cause, or what is really happening during this event?  Basically, the suspension decompresses, releasing load on the front end, allowing everything to “loosen up” a bit.  Now, the wheels are able to toe-in and toe-out from each other (basically the front of the tires will point towards each other and then away from each other) in rapid succession, shaking the front end.

One of the biggest reasons that this toe-in/toe-out is even physically able to happen is due to a poor steering geometry from Dodge, there is literally a pivot point between the wheels that obviously should be connected.  Basically, if you were to follow the steering geometry starting at the gearbox, you will find the drag link connecting to the pitman arm and then to the passenger side knuckle.  Then, the center link connects at the drag link and goes to the drivers side knuckle.  The point at which the drag link and center link connect is the pivot point.

Stock Geometry on a 2003-08 Dodge Cummins Diesel Truck

Now, this pivot point isn’t necessarily the worst idea in the world, but especially as surrounding tie rods wear out and give some slop, it will DEFINITELY lead to Death Wobble.

In mid-model year 2008, Dodge finally made some corrective action to this whole scenario and released a revised steering geometry for the trucks.  Now, the center link goes knuckle to knuckle, and the drag link ties into the center link, thus eliminating the pivot point between the wheels.

2009+ Steering Geometry

This new geometry was released “under the radar” some could say.  To this day, Dodge will never admit to Death Wobble or anything of the sort.  For instance, if you take your truck to the dealer and say you have Death Wobble, you will typically be looked at with unbeknownst eyes and will be forced to explain what the truck is doing….because they’ve never heard of such a thing.  At that time, they will go through the front end and look for signs of wear, and will typically find that the…….(wait for it, wait for it) tie rods are worn and need to be replaced.  But guess what, they won’t just change the tie rods, you will get an entirely new drag link and center link, which also features a MUCH larger diameter than the old stock system.  You can’t even purchase replacement tie rods from the dealer for the old system, its been completely discontinued, wonder why?

So, now how do you fix or prevent Death Wobble?  Obviously, the first and most obvious is to change out the steering linkage to the newer style.  At this point, you must also change the steering damper (shock) because the new geometry does not allow fitment of the older shock.  For this, the best stabilizer shock on the market is manufactured by Carli Suspension and it utilizes a Bilstein 7100 series nitrogen charged shock.  This damper has a built-in valve stem that allows the end user to actually alter the pressure in the shock.  The advantage to this is that you can get just the right amount of pressure to apply a constant pressure against the steering, actually helping the truck to track straighter and almost keep everything in a constant bind, helping in the longevity of the steering components.

And what else can be done to improve the front end….the list is almost endless for the Dodges!  However, there are MANY items that are great upgrades for when the factory components begin to show signs of wear, as well.  For instance, the ball joints.  As mentioned previously, the factory ball joints on especially the 3rd Generation Rams are a high wear item, and there are replacements available that will LITERALLY last a lifetime (and guaranteed to do so), and they’re actually also made by Carli Suspension.   Also, upgraded track bars by both BD and Carli Suspension are built out of much stronger materials than the factory units and are even adjustable for those with lift kits to get proper front end triangulation.  Another popular item are steering box braces, like those by BD again.  A steering box brace ties the sector shaft coming out of the gear box to the frame rail.  The reason for this is that with Dodge’s subpar boxes, they will get flex and movement coming out of the sector shaft, which then transfers down through the steering.  This movement many times goes along with the “driving Miss Daisy” effect we discussed earlier.  This will also help with the longevity of the box, by eliminating this movement.  And since we’re talking about gearboxes, this is the last “major” piece to the puzzle.  Through trial and error, we found the best boxes on the market come from Red-Head Steering Gears coupled with a Borgeson steering shaft.

-Josh Ullrich, Diesel Power Products Sales Manager

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44 Responses to Dodge Front End Issues on 1994-08 Cummins and the Dreaded Death Wobble

  1. Noi Saenboutarath says:

    I changed out the whole steering suspension and track bar ball joint. I still have the shake. I have a duelly mega cab 3500 ram.

    • dieselpower says:

      You may always give the shop a call to talk to one of the diesel techs about your steering issues. Call toll free at 888.99.DIESEL

  2. Chris Crouch says:

    were do i get this new steetring linkage?

    • dieselpower says:

      If you look at the end of the article, there are 2 links that you may click to see the product page where we have them for sale on Diesel Power Products.

    • tara says:

      There was a recall on my steering linkage from Dodge. I have a 2004 dodge cummins 3500 and it was fully covered by dodge

  3. My husband owns a body shop, so has seen many accidents, and thus repaired them. When I told him what my 2006 Dodge Diesel Mega Cab was doing, he WOULD NOT believe me how extreme it was shaking. I felt like the whole dash was going to fall off, and my tire was going to fall off! Well, now he understands because it has happened to him. It is very scary, and I cannot believe that this has not caused accidents. I paid way to much money for this truck to have these issues, and I believe that it is an accident waiting to happen. I seriously think that this should be a recall! There has been other recalls in reference to these vehicles, and none to this extreme. Are you kidding me!!!??? I had my son in the truck with me, I guarantee there would be a HUGE law suit if something happened to him!! DODGE SHOULD HAVE TO BITE THIS ONE AND NOT THE CONSUMER!! So much for trying to stick with American made! My next truck…if I can even sell this one, WILL NOT be a Dodge!!!

    • Mark Hollenback says:

      I am in the same boat as you 7 sets of ball joints and I only have 115000 miles on my 06 3500 dually 4×4 diesel owned it since new!!! And there shot again! I have the upgraded linkage and even the HD BD track bar!!! I have gotten knowhere with dodge aaaaarrrrrggggghhhhh!!!!!! Class action lawsuit anybody??????
      I have no accidents either!! Ii have replaced every part on the front end once ,twice or up to 7 times steering box to! And u-joints in front axle, wheel bearings etc.
      Mark
      732-781-8675

  4. Reid Lange says:

    I have a lifted (3in, 37’s) 07 megacab diesel, Rancho lift, Rancho RX9000 shocks, BD steering box stabilizer, BD ajustable track bar, Carli ball joints (upper and lower) and Dynatrac freespin hubs, new bearings and new tires. And it still wobbles. Eveything is within 18 months of installation! My checkbook can’t take any more!

  5. Brett Guillot says:

    I have a 2008 Cummins with 67000 miles on it. Dodge did all the front end recall stuff, before my truck ever started having issues. I do have a Rough Country 5″ lift with 35″ tires, and the truck was fine for a year after it was installed. About a month ago problems started. It’s been to the alignment shop 3 times, a four wheel drive shop, and the dealer 3 times in the last 3 weeks. No one can find any slack in anything. I am disgusted and scared to even drive it anymore.

  6. Brett Guillot says:

    I have a 2008 Cummins with 67000 miles on it. Dodge did all the front end recall stuff, before my truck ever started having issues. I do have a Rough Country 5″ lift with 35″ tires, and the truck was fine for a year after it was installed. About a month ago problems started. It’s been to the alignment shop 3 times, a four wheel drive shop, and the dealer 3 times in the last 3 weeks. No one can find any slack in anything. I am disgusted and scared to even drive it anymore.

  7. Amber Ziegler says:

    Dodge shaken syndrome on a 2007 mega cab 2500 ram
    On Sunday December 23rd around 12:00p.m. we started our journey. Just wanted to let you know we still have not reached our destination, thanks to the poor design on the steering components of this truck. We left Sunday afternoon from Pennsylvania to Montana to be with my children on Christmas, unfortunately we had to spend Christmas Eve in a motel due to stress and not feeling safe driving on the snow covered roads. I have made this trip several times, it is about twenty-one hundred miles and it takes thirty-six to forty hours normally. Although it’s been in a variety of Chevy’s, crew cabs, and suburban’s, two wheel drives and four wheel drives, and nothing newer then an 1986; I have never experienced the stress that I have with this 2007 Dodge ram mega cab. It was always my dream someday to get a newer model truck like everybody else, but that’s what it was…a dream. Even though I bought the truck the dream didn’t come true. I love my old Chevy’s, but I thought I would upgrade to the new makes and models; however I have found that now I must revert back to the old Chevy’s. I have contacted dodge and being a mechanic by trade I know a little bit about what is going on and I know BS when I hear it. All they want to tell me is keep taking it to the dealership and spend more of my money but I think spending over $30,000 for a truck; that it shouldn’t be back in the shop at 60,000 miles, which is what the truck had on it when I bought it. I have never in my forty-six years have had to take my Chevy’s to a dealership or a shop; I did all my own work. I have given this truck the benefit of the doubt; I have put all new steering components on this truck such as, tire rod ends, Bilstein shocks, stabilizer shocks. I have even taken the truck to the shop to check the alignment, caster/camber, and still nothing helps. The truck had a brand new set of tires and wheels when I purchased it. The tires where the first thing I thought was the issue and have had three sets of tires on it so I have come to the conclusion it’s not the tires. I have talked with the other views online that are encountering the same problem, but they have had no better luck then me with the manufacturer. So I guess the next step is to record and videotape the fear and activity this vehicle is causing me. Maybe at least the people can see it on YouTube and it will save them from making the same mistake that I have made. I do have some good things to say about dodge, the looks, its spacious cab, the towing capacity and the extreme power the diesel puts out. However what good is any of that if you don’t feel safe when driving it because of the dodge shaken syndrome. For more and later information click on dodge shaken syndrome, I am not going away anytime soon. Thanks for taking the time to read this problem that I am having with my 07 Dodge ram mega cab 2500 truck.

  8. DrKrypton says:

    i have a 1991 GMC, 8″ lift, 35 in tires. it has the death wobble also. like the rest of you, it scares the hell out of me. shakes so hard it feels like the truck will just fall apart. i had the front end worked on and it was fine for about a week. don’t know what to do to fix it and im not going to sell it to someone else and have it kill them.

  9. Shane Burton says:

    I have a 2006 dodge ram 2500 mega cab. I didn’t get death wobble until about 80000 miles. I changed ball joints and no death wobble at all. I bought the truck new and at 4000 miles i put 20 x 12 wheels and 35 x 13.50 – 20 tires with 8 in of lift on the truck. Like I said no death wobble till 80000 miles. About 2 months ago (145000 miles)wobble came back. Changed ball joints again. No more death wobble. Also I have never changed any steering components other than those that came with lift. Both times I put in $400.00 ball joints. I do get a little wandering on the road sometimes so I put on a steering box brace. Problem solved. I do have dual steering stabilizers which helps, of course. I love my dodge. Gonna run it in to ground.

  10. Christopher says:

    2006 Ram 2500 quad cab, long bed, 5.9. Bought it with 40 miles on it, drove it straight to 4 WheelParts had a 6″ Superlift with dual shocks up front and 37 X 13.5’s, driven from Vegas to Alabama/Virgina many many times, empty/loaded/towing, 60-70-80+ MPH and never one issue with wobbling or shaking. After reading your guys’ comments I feel very fortunate. Truck has 70K on it now and 38 X 14.5’s.

  11. Brian Henry says:

    I’ve got a 2011 2500 heavy duty with a Cummins with 30000 miles and the drivers side tie rod broke at 30 mph going down the road ! I had just had the tie rod replaced under their recall 7 months earlier, either they didn’t replace it like they said or they still have a problem ! Does anyone know if the 2011’s are prone to the Death Wobble or not, I’ve not felt any thing unusual yet.

    • JDM Josh says:

      First, your dealer should take care of this, especially if it has been replaced recently. 2nd, all Dodges are prone to death wobble except for the 2013. They have finally redesigned their system so they should not have the problem from this year on. If you have any questions, give our techs a call: 888-99-DIESEL

  12. Brian Henry says:

    They finally had it towed to the nearest dealer where they replaced it and aligned the front end, they acted like it wasn’t a big deal ! I thought the new design since 09 addressed the wobble, like I said I haven’t experienced it yet. Brian

  13. x4and20y says:

    Dodge People Check Your U Joints On The Front Axle Where The Axle Connects To The Hub Sometimes They Go Bad And Will Also Cause Shaking Just Like If Your U Joint Went Out On The Drive Shaft Nothing Is Loose On My Front End But Around 65mph My Truck Rattles Like The Tires Gonna Fall Off But around 80mph It Goes Away And At 85mph Its Smooth Sailing I Have A 94 4×4 Dodge Ram And Was Told By My Step Dad That Thats Whats Wrong So I Jacked It Up And Shook The Tire And It Wobbles Right On The U Joint 2 $12 Parts Might Be All Thats Wrong

  14. Tim Jones says:

    2006 Dodge 4×4 Crew Cab. I have the death wobble at 60K. Had new ties rods put in, 2 different track bars and 3 different sets of bushings and nothing has helped it. Never again will I ever buy a dodge product again. I never had any problems with my ford powerstoke. Now I know why Dodge needs a goverment bailout because thier products are S**t.

    • Josh M. says:

      Hi Tim,
      I know the Death Wobble issue is extremely frustrating, but honestly it is a good thing you chose the Dodge instead of a 2006 Ford. If you had gone with the 6.0L ford Powerstroke, you would have probably had to replace 2-3x more parts then on your Dodge. Most people have to replace the whole engine at around $12k. Some have had to replace it a few times. You made a very wise decision when you purchased your Dodge. Dodge has finally resolved the death wobble issue with a redesign of the suspension and steering on the 2013+ models. They also have not ever publicly admitted to the problem, but neither had Ford. That is why there are law suits in nearly every state of the US. If you are curious about the problems people have faced with the 06 Fords, read this:http://blog.dieselpowerproducts.com/lawsuit-against-ford-6-0l-power-stroke-diesel-engine
      Literally thousands of people have had the same issues with the 6.0L. The 6.4L and 6.7L models are much better and have very few engine related problems.
      Good luck.

      • mike truitt says:

        The engine is too heavy! I have an 01 and have my problem’s. I work on class 9 trucks they can correct the problem if they want, but then they won’t sell no part’s!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  15. Mark Hollenback says:

    I am in the same boat as you 7 sets of ball joints and I only have 115000 miles on my 06 owned it since new!!! And there shot again! I have the upgraded linkage and even the HD BD track bar!!! I have gotten knowhere with dodge aaaaarrrrrggggghhhhh!!!!!! Class action lawsuit anybody??????
    I have no accidents either!!
    Mark
    732-781-8675

  16. Joseph Simmons says:

    I have had 2 Dodges an 03 3500 4×4 dually with a 5.9 cummins and an 06 2500 4×4 with hemi. The 03 I got it with 30000 miles on it and used it daily as a car hauler and tire hauler. I averaged 7 tons 2x a day with it 5 and 6 days a week. I never did anything to the steering. I mean nothing. I sold it with 235000 miles on it. Thats 2 motors, 4 clutches, 10 sets of brakes , and at least 12 sets of tires. Never a wobble…. period…
    Now the 06, I had a week and it put me on the side of the hwy looking under it for something broke. You can run 70 80 no problem until you hit 2 or 3 bumps in a row and you might as well get ready to stop or slow way down. It is going to happen and I mean bad but all in all I will work with it and run it till I kill it.

  17. John Wagner says:

    I have an 06 Ram 1500 Mega Cab With 35,500 mile all original stock. I experienced the death wobble twice this saturday 7/20/2013. I was towing a boat for family vacation absolutely terrifying. I have an appointment with the Dodge dealer in Ludington Mi. To hopefully fix. Keep you posted.

  18. Tara Painter says:

    I have a 2012 Longhorn 2500….bad shakes at interval speeds but a slight shake and wobble at most speeds. Dodge changed my front end, tie rods, bushings etc….I bought new BFG Tires….have had them balanced 7 times and force balanced. Still shoes and wobbles….passenger seat shakes severely. It has been to the shop numerous times and Dodge claims its normal. Went to new dealership yesterday and today they are pulling BOTH drive shafts…..they said that the U Joints will rust onto the aluminum drive shaft. Also advised me that these drives shafts (Front and back) are bad out sling a weight and becoming imbalanced or getting out of Phase?? They are pulling my drives and sending them out to Clutch Products to be tested. Fingers crossed that they find it because the shake drives me nuts…This is a $72,000.00 truck and the the dealership tried to convince me this is JUST HOW THEY RIDE. I have 8 Dodge trucks and they have been GREAT…Just this Longhorn causing me issues. If this doesnt fix it I am gonna show my ASS until they BUY IT BACK!

  19. shad jeffreys says:

    I Was driving my 2004 2500 ram Diesel through the Cascade Locks Oregon on interstate 84 in 2009 and the DEATH WOBBLE HIT … It caused the outer casing of my left front tire to separate and the tire wiped out and the whole front end of my truck disintegrated all over the highway and threw me from the slow lane into the fast lane very quickly , then back to the slow lane just as quickly . I was able to get to the side of the road and stopped safely without hitting anyone .my tire still had air just no outer casing …I drove it 20 miles to Hood River Oregon les schwab tires ..told them I didn’t want to try changing it myself because it looked like it would explode in my face.. they told me that I made the right decision.. If there had been another car in the fast lane that day .. I might have been killed , or killed someone else.. I would bet that there has been deaths caused from this design flaw.. it just gets over looked at the crime scene because everyone died.. and the tires look normal just like in any other wreck..

    • Phil says:

      You had a tire failure
      Ya that is going to shake the truck
      Its kind of hard to blame the truck on this one
      Ever check your air pressure?
      You think your tire looked normal?
      Sounds like you had to light of a tire rating for this truck but they were cheaper right?

  20. Jake White says:

    Will the up grade set up work on a 2001 dodge Cummings or what can I do to upgrade to similar set up thanks anything will help

  21. Bryan says:

    i bought moog parts to replace in my 1994 dodge 2500 front end. will these parts work or should i get different parts

  22. Kevin says:

    I was heading back from Calgary on highway #2 when I experienced the what I initially thought was a blow out. I had just crossed over a small bridge and hit a slight bump in the road. The truck shook violently and I had to slow down and pull to the side of the road. I was travelling on cruise control at 110kph. I have owned the 2004 Dodge Laramie 3500 for a year. When I purchased the truck I replaced all of the ball joints, brakes and axle seals on the vehicle. This was the first time I have ever experienced this problem which almost put us in the ditch. I work in the insurance industry conducting Cause and Origin investigations. Chrysler is no different that any other large manufacturer. The cost to recall and fix this problem for Chrysler would be in the millions. Most large companies will deny they have a problem until there are multiple deaths relating to the problems. Even then it is far cheaper to pay out a couple of million in collateral damage than to pay 100 million to fix the problem. Hopefully Transport Canada will force the issue as there is clearly a severe problem with the front steering on the Dodge 2500/3500.

  23. Don says:

    Bought a used 95 Ram1500 2wd in Dec. 2012 with 108,000 miles. Driving on the interstate the next summer, hit a dip snd the death wobble started until I slowed 15 mph. I took it to a local shop and they reccomended that 3 ball joints needed replacing. Have not experienced d.w. since the repairs. yet…….

  24. brad nadon says:

    wow..guess I have been lucky up to now (99 2500 4×4 with 235K ) right ball joint fell out in Home depot’s parking lot, then all the joints started going out after a very serve wobble, so after replacing all parts, I can’t even get down our road with out a problem….going to try bracing the box and adding two shock stabilizer. any info on a class action would be great.. good luck to all victim’s

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  26. Brad says:

    I have a 2006 Dodge 2500 MegaCab, I never had the death wobble until 150k miles.

    I have replaced the entire steering system and all linkage. It was great for about 50k miles, now the death wobble is back. There is a recall at Dodge for the replacement of the left outer tie rod assembly, took it to AutoNation Dodge in Spring TX. After they had it 2 days and would not answer any of my calls, I went to the dealership and they told me they cannot do the recall because I have after market ball joints and tie rod ends. Their service department is a joke.
    They explained my whole front end is worn out and they could repair it for $1850.00

    I will hang on tight and endure my death wobble until I can fix it myself, Auto Nation is nothing but a bunch of thieves. The recall was just a way to get me into the dealership to “up sell” me.

    Brad

  27. Mike says:

    Was fortunate to recently find a dodge 2500 diesel with only 45k miles on it for a great price. Love the truck! Well or so I thought! I was driving on interstate 77 headed south just past Princeton WV, doing about 70 mph, into one of the good downhill right hand curves. Well the truck hit and expansion joint on a small overpass! You guessed it the DEATH WOBBLE started! I only heard about the death wobble this morning searching for information on front end wobble! Of course I was in in traffic, had to immediately brake, not swerve into another lane. Check rear view to be sure I would not get hit from behind or cause someone else to crash….also thinking I should of had my will up to date! Yes it was that bad and I “don’t scare easily”. What an experience and it happened twice more during the 5 hour drive! In clear conscience I could not sell the truck to someone as is and I don’t look forward to the cost of replacement parts. All I can say is….THIS SUCKS!

  28. Daryl says:

    I bought a 07 mega cab 4×4. Paid way to much for these problems. Replaced hub bearing, tie rods, stabilizer shock, alignment and it does it just as bad if not worse than before. Won’t dump anymore money. Trying to sell, but can’t in good faith because of the DEATH WOBBLE. getting another truck, but won’t be a dodge anymore.

  29. Bryan Sagan says:

    Had a 2003 Dodge Ram 2500. The death wobble started at 98000 miles. I paid $1600 out of my pocket to fix. Had steering linkage, track bar, stabilizer ends, pitman arm all replaced. Death wobble cured. That was in July of 2013. In November of 2013 I got a recall on front end parts. Truck was in shop in 2010 for a different issue and there was recall on front end parts and truck was inspected and deemed ok. The recall in 2013 was for parts that they used in 2010. Dodge couldn’t even get it right the second time. I sent in all receipt’s and proof of repairs. They denied my claim. When talking with the people at Chrysler they realized that what I paid for was the recall for 2010. The lady on the phone resubmitted for the 2010 recall and I was denied again. They said that since parts were good at original inspection and did not fail until three years later that it is not their problem and they would not reimburse me. Also the Rams of these years are famous for the dash boards to crack and fall apart and their heater boxes to have their door to break where you have no control over defrost, heat direction or how much you get of each. Most time it comes out dash only with no heat or defrost at all. They do not cover these parts either. They were made of very cheep plastic. They don’t even consider them safety issues when you can’t get your windows to clear in winter. I won’t buy a Dodge again. I don’t like Ford so it looks like I will look at Chevy or GMC. I sold truck in January 2014 because of Chrysler’s inability to help their customers.

  30. Mike S. says:

    In reading this article and the comments, I have to ask, does this death wobble only occur on diesel Rams or are all models affected? I’ve got a ’98 1500 that has an odd, intermittent vibration in the front end, but I don’t feel it in the steering wheel and have no issues with steering or otherwise.

  31. ZAK says:

    I HAVE A 97 RAM 1500 WITH 5INCH SUSPENSION LIFT WITH TERRIBLE STEERING WANDER, BUMP STEER, AND DEATH WOBBLE I HAVE CHANGED TO AGR GEARBOX AND REPLACED ALL BALL JOINTS AND TIE RODS IT MADE IT BETTER BUT NOT CURRED WILL THIS KIT FIT ON MY TRUCK OR SHOULD I JUST FAB ONE UP

  32. Nicholas says:

    I have a 1996 dodge ram 2500 4×4 and I am experiencing the death wobble in my truck and I wanted to know if the new upgraded kit would fit my dodge

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