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How many miles on the truck?
Chance are if you are around 100,000 miles, your steering stabilizer is shot as are a few tie rod ends.
Do you know how to test all your tie rod ends?
When replacing your steering stabilizer use only a Old Man Emu for best results.
 

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OME is twice the quality of a T.F.
We might ought to talk so I can walk you thru what to do and why, PM me your number and Ill call you back.
 

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Time for new shocks, steering stabilizer and springs along with an inspection of the tie rod ends and bushings.
 

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So, maybe it is time for you to start working on your own vehicle, mechanics haven't helped you yet.
Send me your number and I'll walk you thru what to do/check.
 

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You mean you had a crack in the frame, if so, was it just welded or was it plated on both sides?
 

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That should be fine.
So, are you still running the original shocks and springs, if so and if you want a much better ride, you should start considering replacing at least the shock based on your mileage.
 
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