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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-28-2011, 04:13 AM Thread Starter
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96 f350 steering issues

My f350 has a 6" lift with all fox racing shocks on it and 38" tires. The truck has always wondering a bit here and there going down the road, nothing out of the ordinary for an older lifted truck though. Today i rotated my tires and took it for a spin, it had a death wobble twice with in 25 miles of driving, and had harsh wondering issues. I immediately thought tires were an issue, and rotated them back the way they were. this resulted in the same death wobble and wandering issues.... I am now at a lost on it. the tires are balanced and i didnt knock any wheel weights of or anything like that....any suggestions would be very helpful!! thanks!
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Re: 96 f350 steering issues

Ford Death Wobble? - PowerStrokeNation

Read through that thread, there is a lot of great info in it about possible causes and cures to your Death Wabble.

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Re: 96 f350 steering issues

Check tire pressure. Thats a big one that causes it.
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