Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Stoney Creek, Ontario
Finally, I found this thread again. Good start, follow this up with tie-rods and other steering linkage parts, stabilizer, radius arm, and pivot point bushings. Same with shock absorbers and springs and their related fasteners. Does it seem the same in 2wd as 4wd? I'm not as familiar with 2005 trucks as others would be, not even sure if they still use the twin I-beam type design, but the premise is sound. Wherever you have a rubber bushing, it will ultimately wear out.
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