That heavy Cummins on the trailer fatiguing your rear leafs? Gotta get a taller ballmountopcorn
If you end up looking at steering boxes it seems the best would be Red Head. Other parts that Moog and Delco make are usually fine, wouldn't go with anything else myself (cheap generic brands).Had a rotate and balance last week.
Tech called me over to see all the slack in my steering system. That explains the floaty steering wheel action. I guess I'll start saving up for that.
The Moog and ACDelco Professional parts that I used on the 1500's seems okay. Is there another choice to get upgraded parts that are necessary on the 2500's? Is it just the tie rod ends that are the weak link? Is there a sticky somewhere that may show this since you know I did not search yet? Stock truck that is off road some and pulls a trailer a bunch.
I put MOOG Problem Solver stuff in the front end about 100K ago. Still seems tight and good to roll.Thanks guys!
Sorry that I did not completely explain.
The centerlink and all attached were very worn and loose. That is the source of most of the wobble I'm sure. It will need to be changed to newer, less wobbley parts and pieces.
I hope the box is okay for a bit longer.
So, do I need to worry about upgrading tie rod ends when I change this stuff or is new factory style good enough?