So in my searches i found that the D60 is notorious for death wobble, and the fix is usually "fender washers"....unfortunately, there wasn't really any information of 10b(or d44) with crossover steering that had bad death wobble. I had a near stock steering setup with 8'' lift and 36'' iroks/ The steering geometry was horrible, but from 0-90mph absolutely smooth... Finally I did crossover steering with new ball joints, new DRE and fully inspected the frame where the steering box mounts, all to fix the geometry and turning radius. In the first test drive, i got my trucks first ever death wobble. I then spent some time troubleshooting it and found that the wheel bearings were loose on the drivers side. Repacked and properly torqued the hub down and still, bad death wobble. The wobble doesn't seem to be speed related... i can go 0-70+ with no wobble, but seem if i hit a small bump or something.....WAAMM! The truck shakes violently, almost out of control. The wobble also doesn't dissipate. i would have to slow from whatever speed i was at (usually around 50mph) all the way to about 5mph before it went away. (also it wasn't any less violent at 6mph then at 50+) What the hell? i almost want to go back to the crappy stock steering. Any ideas? I read many people say check the tires balance, check steering stabilizer etc...but all way working great before crossover. The only thing that has changed is the crossover.