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Dodge 1500 front end problem

I have a 06 dodge 1500 quad and the front end bounces on a bumpy road like it needs some kind of stabilizer { have replaced the struts but still dose the same.

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How about the shocks and possible hugh air pressure in tires? When you push down on front end the body should return without bouncing. Hard tire won't absorb road shock. Give those two a look at.. good luck

Posted on May 20, 2009

  • Ned C Cook
    Ned C Cook May 20, 2009

    what kind of bouncing? Dody or more like wheel hop? or shimmy?

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