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Must have got it fixed at that same station Chevy Chase used after flying the family truckster 50 yards out into the desert.
No worries, it is just I70 going east from Kansas entering Colorado.
"going east from Kansas to Colorado" ?I don't think so methhead
This is called death wobble, it is a Jeep and ford pickup problem , thing. Once front end parts are worn or enterprising individuals lift their pride and joy this is the result. Although some Fords do this new from the factory. Good times. The steering wheel shifts violently as the front tires bounce down the road. Once you get below 20 MPH it will settle down again. When this is happening your inputs are merely a faint suggestion if you can actually hold on to the steering wheel.
Driver definitely been doing a bit of "stump jumping" sumwhurz...
The vehicle just came over the southern border all the way from Haiti. It was the boulders at 20 fathoms that knocked out the Caster, Camber & Toe. A simple alignment will have it running smooth in a jiffy.
Jeep death wobble
My '48 CJ2A had that from time to time. Every fix was temporary.
Saw a Jeep doing similar just a few weeks ago on I35 in Oklahoma City. I stayed the heck away from them.
You can tell the customer how much it is to fix it and they just laugh until it get this bad at 60. Then they just hand you their card with shaking hands.