I've read about people experiencing a death wobble on trucks that have accumulated some mileage but not on practically new completely stock units. In October while on vacation the steering wheel was practically ripped out of my hands when my 2017 F-250 4x4 Super Duty went into a front end oscillation. 14,000 total miles on the rig. I took it to a Toledo dealer who told me that it sounded like a death wobble to him. I'd never heard of this term but I'm now pretty well educated on it. The tech assigned to my truck experienced the exact same issue that I described so they knew that I wasn't being picky. They replaced the drag arm and tube. 10 miles from the dealership it went back into the same wobble. Back to the dealer. After they called Ford some new updated front end parts were on the way. New drag link and a heavier duty steering dampener have been installed and the problem seems to be gone for now. No issues on the 2,200 mile drive back to Arizona. My concern is that this problem may rear it's ugly shaky head in another 14,000 miles. Any similar experiences?