About this whole \"Death Wobble\" thing... Am I missing something? I have no "death wobble" or anything remotely feeling like it. I have an 84 Jimmy lifted 6" with blocks in the rear. The rear springs and bushings even look original. I have 35" BFG MT's on chromie steelies. The shocks are Rancho 5000's as much as I can make out(I scraped off the crud and found that name and model on them. The steering stabilizer is questionable. White body, no boot. Haven't seen any markings on it but I'll check again. Can't tell if it's original. No steering box bracing(yet). Even my ps pump is original. Still going after all these years(but it does scream at times). For the last few months, this truck has been my daily driver. I regularly drive at sustained speeds in excess of 60mph. And my motor mounts are shot. One comment in the "Last DW update...I hope) post was on dw with 31's, even worse on 35's. I have not had the first lick of trouble with vibration in this truck since I bought it last year in the afrementioned cofiguration. I DID have some play in the steering when I bought it. One tie rod end and one ball joint were replaced. No more play. But I have nothing like this death wobble you guys mention. Has the "smooth driving" fairy paid me a visit or something? Am I missing something? Why is it several of you are having such severe problems, yet I am not? My truck is in less than desirable shape which makes the situation even more curious. My local garage balances my 35's just fine and dandy with no complaints. Seeing as how I appear to have the "tight" drivetrain, I wish I could help. I haven't touched a thing and the truck drives fine. Is there something I can do to help you guys out? Maybe something to look for on the front end(stock 10 bolt, open with questionable gears)? Just let me know.