Question about 2006 Ford F-250 Super Duty
Sorry, ball joints will not contribute to the issue on a Ford truck. Tie rods are most common drag link. On lifted trucks or trucks with replacement gear boxes, a loose pitman arm. The nut has to be really tight. If it has been loose for a long time, the splines of the sector shaft could be damaged.
Posted on Apr 25, 2016
You probably have a loose front end. Check your tie rods and ball joints, also your wheel bearings and shocks. Shocks play a major part in how the front end handles on a rough road, as do worn out springs. If you determine something is loose in the front end, fix it immediately! I always consider front end problems to be safety issues.
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