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my 2015 f350 has just recently started acting up, i put lager 35's on at 3000 miles and now am at 8500 and have just recently started having issues. when i slowly get on the throttle the truck gets a small wobble in the wheel and begins to make a kak kak kak sound until i let off of the throttle. it seems way to reserved to be death wobble and appears to be an issue i see with many of the other 6.7's. However i have not read any threads where people experienced the sound as well as the wobble. i took it to the dealership and they made sure that every steering component was tight and came to the conclusion that a steering stabilizer was what i needed. What do you guys think, the sound concerns me more than the wobble because everyone ells seem to just live with that.
 

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Steering stabilizer will help

If you have off-road tire, look if you lost some weight on your wheel. Somethings those big tire has to get rebalance as they wear down. Tires rotation may also help


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I've got 2011 F350 with 36" tires. I use to get death wobble and a bunch of noise. I've put on a dual steering stabilizer and changed shocks to rancho 9000. This has fixed all my problems and noises, always make sure tires are balanced to. I'm guessing you have a level kit? I bought my truck used had the level kit on and 35" on. I noticed when I changed shock that they used the stock shocks and never put on extensions. Hope this gives you some help or thoughts. Good luck
 

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Have you tried rotating the tires? Maybe they are starting to get chopped?
 
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