I just put on my new suspension in the front and i have horrible death wooble. Does anyone know what i need to do to fix this.
X2 a track bar is a must:thumbsupIf everything looks good then an alignment will solve it. Tell the alignment tech that you want a touch more caster than the specs call for. This will help with high speed stability. And if the Kore kit doesnt address the track bar, I would still look at getting an adjustable one. The added lift will accelerate the wear on the crappy stock bushing causing problems later on down the road
There are a couple different ways to do it. You can use your sway bar end links as a guide. Basically eye ball the angle of the links and adjust the bar till the angles are even on both sides. You can get it really close that way. If you want it perfect then you can do it like I did. Get your front tires as perfectly straight as you can. Make sure both front tires have the same pressure. Remove the track bar. Using a straight edge (I used a 4' level) against the side walls of the tire, measure the distance from the top middle of the tire to the edge of the fender opening. Without the track bar in place you can simply push the truck back and forth to center it over the axle. Once you have it as centered as possible, measure the distance from the top mount to the bottom mount, center of hole to center of hole. Then simply adjust the track bar out to that measurement and install it. Its a little more time consuming than the eye ball method but its worked for me on numerous track bar equiped vehicles.I could be wrong here but I have an adjustable track bar (KOREs) and I still find it extremely hard to get the axle perfectly center.... How did everyone do it???
Adjust it to 39"-39 1/16". You go too far then you will hit your coil bucket w/ the trac bar mount on the driver side. Even if it's a smidge off.I could be wrong here but I have an adjustable track bar (KOREs) and I still find it extremely hard to get the axle perfectly center.... How did everyone do it???