Learning something new every day when it comes to Jeeps and today it is of the infamous Death Wobble, where the front axle begins violently oscillating. I assume this is going to be a common concern with Wrangler owners including future JL owners since it can be caused by incorrectly installed steering or suspension components.
Is there a way to minimize or outright do away with this risk?
Owners that are really concerned about this just need to be extra conscious about even the smallest of sounds and odd things they feel when driving. Then following that up with routine inspections if you don't know or can't do it yourself.
Just gotta be aware of what to do when the Death Wobble happens once your Wrangler gets older. In most situations if you slow down enough the wobble will stop, but other times coming to a complete stop is necessary.
Definitely won't be double digits. It all depends on what you put it through on a daily driving basis. If you live somewhere with terrible roads, you'll see components wearing drastically quickly which in turn can cause a death wobble among other issues.