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Old 03-03-2012, 10:06 AM
ecoloqua ecoloqua is offline
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Well heres an update. I put the Bilsteins on yesterday. The truck handles just a little better but the 'sloshy' side to- side thing is still there at freeway speeds.
I have put in over 2K trying to solve this puzzle with no luck. The only thing left to do is change the tires. They are BFG rugged trail. The dealer installed them when I bought the truck so they only have about 10k miles on them. It would be a shame to just tosss them so I may have to wait until the tread wears away.
I really dont think it its the tires though. Its more like the cab of the truck not feeling connected and to the chasis when you turn the wheel at speed. The faster you go the worse it gets.
Also if I am in a long freeway sweeper going 70 I doesnt want to lock in to the curve I have to keep playing with the wheel to stay in the turn. Is there a bushing that can wear out causing this?

Nearing the end of the rope here.

Last edited by ecoloqua; 03-03-2012 at 10:09 AM.
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