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FRONT END VERY LOOSE HARD TO KEEP ON ROAD

HAD RANCHO SHOCKS PUT ON IT. IT HELPED WITH THE "FLOATING" OF THE FRONT END IT "KLUNKS" IN THE FRONT END. FEELS AS THOUGH THE WIND BLOWS THE FRONT END ALL OVER THE ROAD BUT WHEN IN 4-WHEEL DRIVE FEELS AS EVERYTHING IS TIGHT AGAIN BUT STILL HAVE TO FIGHT THE STEERING BUT NOT AS BAD AS IN 2-WHEEL DRIVE.

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They are also bad for the center link in the steering going south, as well as the idler arm.

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The Steering Intermediate Shaft has to be replaced.

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Well theses truck usualy have bad ball joints jack up under the control arm and push in on the top of the tire and see if the ball joint moves at all you can also put a big pry bar under the tire and lift upwards if the ball joints move at all they are junk

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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