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Old 07-05-2015, 08:39 AM   #16
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just copy paste the link to text we can copy paste. are any screws loose around the hubs? maybe the a arms have some play in them?
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I just want to see this wobble he is referring to. It seems too odd if all the parts were found to have no play in them. Those wobbly plastic driveshafts almost all do that, but not enough to cause the wobble you are describing. I seriously think it is the tires causing it. Regardless if it does it up front or not.
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just copy paste the link to text we can copy paste. are any screws loose around the hubs? maybe the a arms have some play in them?
It's the links that I can't post. I need a specific number of posts to post links so that the forum is sure I'm not a spammer. Nothing seems to have a play. It's really weird.

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I just want to see this wobble he is referring to. It seems too odd if all the parts were found to have no play in them. Those wobbly plastic driveshafts almost all do that, but not enough to cause the wobble you are describing. I seriously think it is the tires causing it. Regardless if it does it up front or not.
I too came to the conclusion that the problem is with the tires.For now I'm just ignoring it but one thing I can say is the the truck isn't smooth as new. Not even close.
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