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Thanks Guys for the suggestions..
RC replaced their 3 week old leaking rear shocks and knowing it will likely reoccur again, I brought up a full set of Bilstein 5100 and installed rears only in the snowy driveway and they have improved ride but still stiff.. PMF's 3/4" top mounted U bolts are about 6" longer than need be and stick up higher than the top of the rear tire and they need to be removed and cut,, but what a Huge improvement they've made for solid feel in rear and think the traction bars still on go on will help even more..
Called Offroad Addiction who initially did alignment and they couldn't tell me spces they set it to, but man it wanders as bad as my ol 94 3500 12 valve..Other offroaders have suggested for this truck I should be needing Negative 4-4.5*, so I don't know after reading Big Smokeys post... The front axle is off center currently over 1" and it looks like and old dog tracking farm truck and hopefully Trevors Adj Track Bar corrects that.. What bushing are you referring too BS?? in the end of the Adj Track Bar?? do they wear out prematurely ??
Now that Spring I think might be finally here, I want to get this work done and get the truck feeling and driving as a new truck should..
2014 F250 Lariat 6.7 SC Short box, PMF 7" floating traction block kit and adjustable track bar, RC dual stabilizer kit, winter setup, factory 18" wheels/Toyo open country A/T II 35/11.5/18