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Alignment Issues?....HELP!

Hey gang, I have a 98 durango with ford D44 front/Ford 9" rear. Long story short, when it was originally setup the springs of course set in and it ended up rotating the front end a bit to where it was leaning forward to much (so it sort of "dipped" into the turns so to speak). I got tired of this and decided to rotate the diff to where the ball joints were laying back about a degree (was told this is the stock setup, not perfectly vertical, just slightly laid back). Hop in it to go for a spin, on my way back boom death wobble bad, I was at maybe 25 and it was horrendously scary. I slowed down to 15'sh 10'sh maybe and it stopped. By deathwobble I mean it felt like I was turning it left to right extremely fast. What all things do I need to check? I'm getting an alignment done tomorrow and I hope its just from the castor change on the front end.

P.S. [img]images/graemlins/cussing.gif[/img]*&^$^(*&(^%&^%&^&%%&^%$#^%$#*, please help.
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