as of right now the remedy i can think of is new bushings in the swing arms
and plate the gear box mount and flip the tie rods the put my dampers on.
do you know if anyone has done the heim joint setup?
Yeah some racers use Heim joints instead of tie rod ends and radius arm
bushings too. If you're considering those you must have a lot-more money
than I got! LOL :)
There's also polyurethane bushings that are a little more solid and longer
lasting than the original rubber. They're cheap and good. ;) Get the black
ones ...they're supposed to have graphite in 'em. Your rig have those
already by chance? (since it's lifted)
Ok, the Bronco's got Twin Torsion Beam TTB and 2wd Ford pickup's have
Twin-I-Beam. Those things got what's called an "axle pivot bushing" at the
frame end, replace those too.
Flip the tie rods! :) No kidding my Bronco doesn't handle a cloverleaf any
where near as good as my 2wd '75 F150. A lot of it's "lean steer" (bump
steer;) I'm guessing at this point. But don't know yet, still working on it.
Make sure your rig don't crab or dog track! :)
There's a shit-load of little things (let alone a loose tie rod end at the
pitman arm!) that can make a short wide wheel based vehicle act all kinds
of stupid at high speed and around turns. You just barely got it back, give
it some time, study it and think about it. It'll come together. :)
It's lifted, sounds like the "lifter" didn't do such a hot job (prob'ly thinks
he did tho! LOL) that's the way it usually works. ;) If you want it to handle
good at high speed consider un-lifting it?
Alvin in AZ