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Gentleman, I have been spending way too much $ and countless hours of research and doing my own work on my 2006 2500 Dodge Ram 4x4 quad cab diesel pickup for some time now. The truck is used for towing ONLY, it has never been off road. I bought the truck in 09 with 50k miles on it. I now have 155k on it and have replaced the following: Bilstein 5100 shocks, just changed to Rancho adjustables, front coil springs, lower control arms, BD steering brace, new sway bar bushings, all new brakes, calipers, pads, rotors, lines, Borgeson input shaft and box, T steering, pitman arm, stabilizer, Mopar recall steering, Carli Ball joints, Dynatrac free spin kit, Lukes Link track bar kit, Michlien ATX plus 4 E rated tires, now BFG All Terrains (adjusted air from 50 to 65 lbs. Alignment- set caster +4.5 degrees, toe 1/8" in. Everything I have done has improved the steering just slightly but still has the same problems as day one. (Wandering, delayed steering, continual correction, poor return to center). Of course when I load the Lance Truck camper, add air to the rear bags, hook up the chains to the load distribution hitch and pull my 18 foot trailer everthing is worse. Possible remedies - Borgeson says to loosen the worm gear back off 1/4 turn to no avail, one of the forums says to change out high pressure hose leading to booster, flash ECM to change line pressure, track bar could be flexing, poor pressure from steering pump. Help!