Sure. It's odd, as it tends to vary, but almost as it gets warmer, (and tires heat up...possibly), can feel it more. The rest is in check, and now that the suspension, bearings, etc. have been gone over multiple times.Can you post a video of how bad when steering wheel shimmy actually is?
I've driven this truck when it was smooth, such as before on the original antique worn out Michelin tires when I bought it, and no noticeable shakes, then eventually would a bit as things heated up on a longer trip--but gently. Highest suspicion is tires, as they were done just before all this bearing, rotors, etc. work but it's a first trial.I just wonder if you'll start chasing down a bit of a ghost that'll be very challenging to track down without throwing a bunch of more money at the issue. I'm not saying it doesn't exist, just that when suspension parts get slightly bent, they can resonate at certain frequencies. It happened on my E60 M5. I chased down a slight steering wheel wobble forever and never cured it. The suspension pieces were mostly aluminum and super expensive, so after bushings, brakes, wheels, and tires, I just lived with it.