4wd problems

kelso06

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Feb 13, 2021
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2004 chevy, aftermarket keys (previous owner) torsion bar bolts almost all the way out, new tierods, control arms, ball joints. Drives straight and doesnt jerk in 2wd but in 4wd if you even turn the wheel just a little bit itll jerk the wheel super hard in the direction youre turning. Kinda scary driving with traffic around you because you dont know how hard its going to jerk the wheel, its definitely hard to keep the pickup straight going up hills. Nothing looks bent underneath. Just wondering if anybody has had this problem or know what the hell is going on.

thanks!
 

kelso06

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I put rare parts tierods on, there super beefy. Maybe have like 1k miles on them
 

juddski88

Freedom Diesel
Jul 1, 2008
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Chesterfield, Mass.
2004 chevy, aftermarket keys (previous owner) torsion bar bolts almost all the way out, new tierods, control arms, ball joints. Drives straight and doesnt jerk in 2wd but in 4wd if you even turn the wheel just a little bit itll jerk the wheel super hard in the direction youre turning. Kinda scary driving with traffic around you because you dont know how hard its going to jerk the wheel, its definitely hard to keep the pickup straight going up hills. Nothing looks bent underneath. Just wondering if anybody has had this problem or know what the hell is going on.

thanks!

You need an alignment.