Couldn’t find anything on this topic in a search. At any speed over 35mph my Bronco feels like a boat in water, example, if I turn to avoid a pothole and turn LT to RT or RT to LT the Bronco will begin to rock violently back and forth (like a boat in water) until I back off the throttle and then it will settle down. I have installed 4 new shocks and had an alignment and it still reacts the same though it has lessened to some extent with the new shocks. (I do have a bad camber bushing on the rt front, they couldn't get it off so I still have a slight pull to the rt, have ordered new upper and lower ball joints, coil springs and cam bushings for both sides) :banghead I spoke with an old Ford wrencher who said he thinks I'm experiencing "wheel hop" (anyone heard of this term?) and he can't recall what the fix is for it other than replacing the radius arm bushings. I know this course of action, just replacing front end parts (I call it Easter egg hunting), without knowing the cause could get expensive pretty quick. Any direction in the issue would be very welcoming, I don't mind spending money to fix this issue just don't want to throw money at it.