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What year Range Rover do you have?
Does the whole vehicle sway, or just front end or just rear end? And unusual amount of bouncing when going over bumps?
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Did you notice or was it reported, any fame damage? If not sure, have someone drive behind you to see if all 4 tires appear in line and tracking the same or not
Has ride height been checked and measured? If sitting too high due to faulty ride height sensors, it will cause this sway over bumps
Possible if you used aftermarket that are not to the same specs as the factory ones. What brand did you use
Ok, I was under the impression that you had changed them. The primary cause of sway is the shocks, and on this vehicle, the secondary cause is ride height incorrect. If you havent changed them yet, I would do that first
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