Question about Toyota LandCruiser
New wheel balance, good tyres, new steering dampener, rebuilt hubs, adjusted tie rod ends. Still doing it!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Nor sure about the 2001 model, but on the 97 model, the track bar bolts to the frame on the driver's side. The bolts work loose. Dont merely look at it, go ahead and tighten them. There are two bolts facing upward, at the end lf the track bar. Then there are 3 nuts behind the driver's side front wheel that need to be tight. You dont have to take the wheel off so see them. I tightened all of mine and the death wobble nearly went away ....( 90%)....then I replaced the steering stabilizer ( damper). Hope your 2001 is just as easy !
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
if you alter the steering and suspension in any way as far as changing factory settings you need to get an alingment it sounds like you have to much negative caster
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
If the rate of the shaking increases or decreases with your speed, it could be your wheel balance or a problem with a tire.
Posted on Jun 11, 2011
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