think I got it.
It may very well have been the spacers but, at this point I can't be positive. Today, I went to the parts store and picked up some wheel bearings. They, of course, gave me the wrong ones but, upon inspection, decided mine were in good condition. The driver's side retaining nut was a little loose though. I regreased the bearings and seated them properly and decided to rotate the tires since I had the truck up. At that time, I should have taken it for a test drive to see if that resolved the problem but I figured since I had the truck up I'd just go ahead and rotate the tires. I drove the car home from Pop's house (about a 20 minute drive) and got to 35-40 a few times but not long enough to know for sure if the wobble has gone away. During the short times that I was at speed, I did feel a little wobble but not in the steering wheel like before. I don't know if I even want to call it a wobble. It felt more like tiny little "hops". (Does that make sense?).
Anyway, while I had the truck jacked up I did check the suspension for any play and, at first, I kept hearing this "clunk" and I couldn't for the life of me figure out where it was coming from. After trying to shake the wheel from under the truck (yes, the truck was on jack stands) I realized that the ignition was locked and the "clunk" I was hearing was the steering wheel lock.:ugh3::lol: After checking again (with the steering wheel unlocked) everything up front is tight. No play in the ball joints or tie rod ends.
I'm still gonna have the wheels rebalanced but not til next weekend.