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Suspension Questions.

My boss has an 05 PSD ex cab, short bed, and it has roughly 15k on the clock. It seems when you are in a turn on the highway and hit an expansion joint, or small pot hole the truck darts to the right of left. Is there any suspension parts that will help keep the truck more in control? This happends when the truck is empty, and not towing. Everything suspension wise is stock. Let me know your thoughts on what to get to help! thanks.
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thats the main reason i got rid of my dodge and got a psd then i had to have a new 6.0L and it does it again. about the only thing you can do is get better shocks or try a dual shock kit. also a dual steering stabilzer would help too.

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Ladder bars, steering stablizer kit, and dual shock kits could all help... also it could be as simple as tire pressure is off

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