I have a Dodge Ram 2500 Diesel 4x4. I have replaced the tires with BFG all terains, steering dampener, and 4 new shocks. Two days after I replaced the shocks and dampener, while towing a trailer, I experienced a violent shaking after hitting a bump at 65 mph. After getting to where I was going, I dropped the trailer and experienced it again. I took the truck to a shop and explained what the problem was. After driving the vehicle and looking over it for a week they said they could not find anything wrong with the suspension and could not get the problem to duplicate. I drove the truck for about a week after that with only minor shaking but yesterday it started shaking worse then it has to date. It feels as if it is alternating sides while shaking. It has happened while driving on the interstate at speeds ranging from 60-80 mph after hiting a an average bump in the road like the transition from the highway over a bridge. The whole truck shakes violently feels like front to back but its hard to know for sure because it makes me so nervous when it happens. The only way I can get it to stop shaking is to slow down to 40-45 mph.
have the same problem?
Monday, November 7th, 2011 AT 2:15 PM