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Old 03-14-2010, 12:34 PM
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Death wobble fix for 05+. Anyone used this?

Came across this on another forum. Anyone used it?

WC Motorsports Home Page

What WOBBLE?

also found this install article with a lot of good pictures:

Ford Super Duty Death Wobble Cure - 4-Wheel & Off-Road Magazine

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Looks tempting. I'm going to call just to see what it costs. I plan on buying a track bar sometime this month for my truck.
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Here you go:

http://www.offroadunlimited.com/orus...dproduct=20632
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Or you could replace the steering stabilizer thats most likely bent in the case of a stock or minimally lifted truck
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Or you could replace the steering stabilizer thats most likely bent in the case of a stock or minimally lifted truck
No nothing to do with this.


As for the fix...I have heard it works wonders...but its overpriced and can be built at any decent fab shop for probably less than $300
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Old 03-15-2010, 08:31 AM
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No nothing to do with this.


As for the fix...I have heard it works wonders...but its overpriced and can be built at any decent fab shop for probably less than $300

Thats caused it in at least 3 trucks in my area
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it looks pretty interesting and the price is pretty right on it. It looks like it flips the track bar to the top of the ball joint side of the axle. but for that kind of money i think it could be built much cheaper

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Old 03-15-2010, 11:50 AM
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As for the fix...I have heard it works wonders...but its overpriced and can be built at any decent fab shop for probably less than $300

Have any hookups locally? I was thinking the same thing.

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it looks pretty interesting and the price is pretty right on it. It looks like it flips the track bar to the top of the ball joint side of the axle. but for that kind of money i think it could be built much cheaper
Their instructions show:

"The mounting points allow the bar to be used in the stock location for up to 4-inch lifts, and on top of the axle mount for 6-inch and taller mounts."
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I would think Robert could build it if I gave him exactly what I wanted and held his hand while they did it...

I am fairly certain that Trevor can build it and am actually having him build me a custom track bar for my lift that I will be getting from him.
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Old 03-15-2010, 01:21 PM
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Oh Well, I'll keep looking lol.
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