I did look at the pics you did put up, but one pic that should be taken is: --Get right in front of one inner front wheel, camera looking straight at the relationship of the king pin, and the imaginary line of that king pin should point to a spot UNDER the front tire at road surface...not pointing to the ground alongside the inside of that tire. The term for this is called Scrub Radius. Try to explain here... Lets say your imaginary line of the pin center comes down to the pavement 2"-3" away from the tire sidewall... Now hit a pothole or bump with that tire way out there, that gets more leverage thrust into the steering linkages, box, etc. Now think of how much less leverage a bump or pothole would have if that imaginary line ran right down under the center of the tire where it touches the road.. No leverage at all. Adding discs to a car like a Hamb-typical old Ford beam axle hotrod, does shove the tire out.... mainly due to the rotor design and where the caliper needs to clear other parts. .... Also, if there is not enough backspace on the wheel, then it shoves the center of that tire out even further. No one thing causes Wobble..that is why each wobble car might have a totally different problem or multiple things. The damper may be what you will end up with if you cannot fix an improper scrub radius, or don't want to change a bunch of parts,.................. and depending on how far off the scrub really is, and if the total weights of tires/wheels are causing even more of the issue, ...then you may even need a stronger damper like VW bus or even bigger.. Time will tell, but the VW bug one should "stop, or prevent", the "Start"of the wobble "event".