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Old 06-07-2012, 05:34 PM
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STEERING PROBLEMS

I have 12-13" lift on a 06 f250. i'm having problems with bump steer/ rough ride. the track bar was at to much of an angle so i lowered it more from the frame. after i did the ride softened up tremendously. now it has pretty bad bump steer the drag link and track bar were running at the same angle until i lowered the track bar. so my main question is how can i get the drag link lower? pretty sure once i get them running together again it will eliminate the bump steer and keep the softer ride. i may be mistaken but i believe i've got the longest drop pitman arm available.
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Take your truck to an actual 4x4 fabricator builder and have a pitman arm made for it.
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