OK, Check this out: I attacked the Jimmy this past weekend. The death wobble was starting to be a real pain in the butt Welded up some frame cracks around the steering box and added the reinforcement plate mod. Then I replaced the drag link ends that looked alittle sloppy. And to cap off I added two washers on top of each king-pin spring. Presto! Death wobble cured. But now the truck wanders all over the road. WTF? Checked the tie rod ends (the whole D60 was rebuilt about 8k miles ago), checked the spring u-bolts, tightened the spring shackles, adjusted air pressure. Hell, I even eye balled everything in the rear of the truck too. I've been chasing this all week (after work - in the perpetual rain). Today I check the toe (w/measuring tape) and it looks like I've got TOE-OUT! I shortened the tie rod just a little and I'll check it again (accurately) at work tomorrow. But how the hell did I suddenly get toe-out? I haven't crashed into anything or even been flogging it lately (frame cracks scare me, lol). Could the washer trick (some how) alter the toe? Has anyone run into a mysterious toe change before?