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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?
2003 F250, cc, swb, 6.0, auto, 4wd, EGR and cat delete, AFE cold air intake, ARP studs, SCT with tunes from Matt, Attitude monitor, ScanGauge II, Blue Spring mod, high idle mod, fuel, coolant, and oil pressure all on a single switched gauge, coolant filter, BPD external oil cooler, DC Power 270 amp XP, Detroit TrueTracs front and rear, Rickson wheels, "newcast" Nathan P5 with 13 gallons of air and dual Viair compressors "to fix the things that bother me."
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