Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: San Antonio, TX
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I should have thought of this earlier... Do you have decent spare? If you're still shaking after the tire shop trip, put the spare on in place of the damaged rim. See what happens. If no improvement, try it in the other positions and see if anything changes.
Recheck bearings and suspension/steering components on the right front, just in case. May as well check on the LF, too - maybe a big coincidence occurred and something on the LF went into distress at the same time.
'96 2500 club-cab, long bed, 2WD - Dipricol trans/boost/pyro gauges, ISSPRO fuel pressure gauge, +2qt Chrysler trans pan, Sport headlight retrofit & suvlights conversion harness, fuel heater deleted, KDP tabbed, Raybestos WC37290 (1-1/16") wheel cylinders