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Old 11-20-2015, 06:17 AM   #47377
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Check your track bar , tierod ends, and wheel bearings. If not any of that balance your tires. More then likely it's your track bar.
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Old 11-20-2015, 06:18 AM   #47378
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It is called a death wobble. Very scary.
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So, anyhow, a Mini-C is a happening in Texas City and Galveston. Di and Larry, Jeannie and Dave, Me and Earlene, and my Son Mike and DIL Gemma had a sit down get fat meal. As you can see those are some pretty thick steaks, along with salted potatoes (don't know what they are but they were good, some special butter for the potatoes with all the fixings of sour cream, cheese, green onions, bacon bits (real bacon cut in bits), and asparagus and cherry tomatoes baked in the oven, and good bread rolls. I'm sure I left something out.

And for desert, peanut butter pie. Just for Dave and Apple Dump Cake.

Proof's in the pictures.

Earlene and Wayne went all out. It was delicious. Steak cooked just right, salt encrusted potatoes, fresh asparagus, JNE needs to share the salad recipe, but the peanut butter pie was the perfect end. I need that recipe also. Great food, great friends, and so enjoyed son Mike and his lovely wife Jemma. And of course visiting wit Miya.

Thx mutants for giving me so many super new friends all over the place.

Ohms to so many in need and those who havent told us of your needs. Whether it is a skin cancer, a knee replacement, a death, a pet in pain, travel woes, mechanical issues. OHMS




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It is called a death wobble. Very scary.

Hi Dwayne. I know exactly what you mean. Check out my post on the Jeep Garage forum (KL platform - wobble in rv towing) Various explanations and fixes have been offered including change in camber and bungee cords on the steering wheel. The only true cure seems to be to come to a complete stop and then carry on. It worked for us last night. A vary scary happening indeed - I will have to take more care in going over that railroad crossing and other rough stuff at speed.
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Old 11-20-2015, 08:13 AM   #47381
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And the recipe is where?
Will there be some made available in February?
You know for your favorite next door neighbour?

Hmmmmmm?

BTW I see the son replicates the father when it comes to good looking women.

Oh you silver tongued Devil you. You really want that peanut butter pie recipe, eh?
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Old 11-20-2015, 08:26 AM   #47383
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Thx mutants for giving me so many super new friends all over the place.

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Thanks Di for the mini-C update.

AND a special X-MANY for what you said, I wish I could have said something like this...
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Earline! You are an artist of the tasty kind!! That pie looks too good to eat, but I doubt that slowed anyone down at your table.

Dwayne and Martin -- I can cause a death wobble in Smarty by turning a corner too sharp, but coming to a complete stop and then starting again slowly fixes it every time.

Mel -- good to hear from you again! Come on April!
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Hi Dwayne. I know exactly what you mean. Check out my post on the Jeep Garage forum (KL platform - wobble in rv towing) Various explanations and fixes have been offered including change in camber and bungee cords on the steering wheel. The only true cure seems to be to come to a complete stop and then carry on. It worked for us last night. A vary scary happening indeed - I will have to take more care in going over that railroad crossing and other rough stuff at speed.
I've also experienced it in my Jeep, and another cause can be warped brake rotors as well, just something to consider.

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