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TRUCK JERKS OVER WHEN DRIVING

TRUCK WILL BEING DRIVING STRAIGHT, THEN IT WILL SUDDENLY **** SHARPLEY TO RIGHT OR LEFT. FEELS LIKE GEARBOX HAS BAD TEETH IN IT. jUST REPLACED IT WITH ONE FROM NAPA DONT KNOW WHAT IS WRONG

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Replace pivet bushings on front axle :))

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