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our 94 bounder 28 ft. has death wobble. it starts at any speed

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our 94 bounder 28 ft. has death wobble. it starts at any speed and doesn't quit untill vehicle has completely stopped. we have had alignment, wheel bearings, tires trued and balenced, and new stablizer installed. mechanic thinks taking some caster out will fix. any suggestions are appreciated.

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In some cases when tires are checked they are only checked for tread condition and any indication of wear on the inside or outside edge and then balanced to the wheels.I have seen where flat spots or broken internal belts on the tires from sitting in one area for to long will cause this here.It would be a good idea to have the tires checked for flat spots or indents pushed in slightly on the tread itself as this usually indicates internal belt damage the affected tires would need replaced.

This is most common that I have seen cause this type of fault like this here.

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

the tires are in new condition and have been trued and balanced.I don"t think this is a tire issue. When this happens, it is so violent that I don"t know how the axle stays under the vehicle.

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