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Thread: Wheel shimmy

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    IMG_20170528_114150.jpgnot sure if the pic will come thru.

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    IMG_20170528_114201.jpg i think this went thru.

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    Good looking Jeep!

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    Good Looking Jeep

    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck View Post
    IMG_20170528_114201.jpg i think this went thru.
    Oh yeah - it went through. Very nice. It looks like it is a light grey - is it really "frost camouflage" or just color balance in the photo?

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    The most likely cause, if the front end is tight, is the wrong shocks. I have had two four wheel drives that shimmied after hiting holes, and in both cases the cause was shocks not tuned to the suspension. There is no way for the home mechanic to figure this out so you have to go with the factory shocks. Amy brand is ok but must meet factory specifications not ones that just look right.

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    I'm just waiting for parts right now. After I put it together & test it out if there's still a shimmy I will ck out the shocks. T hxs.

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    Yea I think it's frost.

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