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Wobble on front end

I have a 2001 F350 drw that has developed a wobble when hitting a bump on the right side. Left side is fine and it dosen't do it no matter what you hit. Even when driving down a bumpy road everything is fine. Only does it when the right tire hits a bump. Any Suggestions?
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go to the 1:00 min mark and on, my 06 had "deathwobble" I put new tires on and it stopped


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Thanks for the help. Problem was the Left front tie rod end and a drivers side tire that was about to seperate.
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That deathwobble is scary sh*t , quite a relief when it's gone


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Are there any aftermarket tie-rod ends that are heavier duty then the stock ones? I do a lot of back road driving with my '05 Excursion (live axle front end not coil) and I end up replacing them every two years.

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