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Old 10-21-2013, 09:51 PM
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Honestly, what you're feeling over bumps probably isn't bump steer. The tires that these trucks come with are shit. Upgrade those and most of it will disappear. But the spacers are hard on your balljoints, etc. The Bilsteins will improve the handling and they have better valving so the truck will feel better over bumps. Especially after breaking them in. Those are the two biggest improvements to the vehicle for handling and ride quality.

Some people complain that the stock shocks are to blame for the truck feeling sketchy over bumps on the highway, some people blame the tires. But since you're going for a level anyway, the Bilstein's are much better for the truck and your ass. Then, if they don't improve the condition enough, think about replacing the stock tires with something better. Cooper HT Plus has been used and found to be a big improvement, for example.
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