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Death wobble gone, bump steer persists

Got my WC Motorsports death wobble repair kit installed today. The death wobble is gone, but the bump steer is bad enough to jerk the steering wheel out of your hand several times on a short trip. My mechanic checked out the entire front end and said there are no other worn or loose parts. From WC Motorsports and my own research on this site, it appears that most all agree that a duel stabilizer is the way to solve this problem. My question is, which duel stabilizer? Does the single stock one stay in place or come out? Anything else I need to consider here?
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You need an even better match in parallelism between the draglink and tracking bar.

Bilstein steering stabilizers would do fine in masking a lot of the problem but lets see if we can get the base geometry better first.

Has there been any change in ride height from stock?

Tell me about the tires and their air pressure.

What are your alignment specs.?
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