Again, Mike commenting about QC and Death Wobble - two things he knows nothing about.Death wobble ... That's a Dodge thing. If a Toyota gets it, it's probably an infection from parking too close to Dodge.Did the Tacos ever get rid of their death wobble issue?
The ton of bricks thing...OK a half ton pickup cannot support 1 ton of bricks falling into it. The frame and suspension will get fucked.
I've picked up rock before and had other guys pull in for a load and the guys working the yard just say no.
Not to mention, if one of those bricks bounces right, buh bye back window.
Dents? I have Line-X and as others mentioned a board works just fine. The only thing I don't like about the Line-X is that it's hard to slide stuff in b/c it's textured.
My Dodge Dakota so far is okay, no wobble. It's the Mitsubishi rebrand, maybe they did better QC on those. A friend's Jeep had it, needed a tie rod upgrade I think. But as far as I know, the new ones are fixed, they beefed up the front end, from bushings to sway bar.
I was thinking, why did Dodge stop making a midsize? Was it cannibalizing sales from the Rams?
Its an issue related to front suspensions and steering systems involving beam axles and coil springs.
So, the Dakota and Mitsubishi would have the problem. Jeeps get it as well.