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I have a 2006 f350 and when you hit a real spot in the rd it about tears steering wheel out of your hand. 60-70mph is the worst. I've checked the front end and all seems tight. any suggestions? Tristan

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The f 350 should have a steering stabilizer on the cross tie rod. it looks like a shock absorber bolted to the rod. They do fail and that what happens when they fail. hit a hole and no control.

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