Originally Posted by kellymcdonald78
While true none of the 4x4s are going to drive like a Cadillac , the design of the Jeep Wrangler's front suspension and solid axle exacerbate the problem. It gives them better articulation off-road, but makes them more susceptible to problems on-road. Not saying its wrong, just depends what you're planning to use the vehicle for.
In one of my wranglers the wobble problem showed up but it turned out be, as it often is, a loose track bar and worn bushing. Once fixed everything was fine. Not that the wrangler was ever a nimble highway rig but that situation highlights the need to keep the axle, wheel and chassis components in good order.