My truck has 6" of suspension lift. I went fourwheeling Easter weekend, with totally stock steering (except dropped pitman arm and 2" block on D60 axle). Many times I found myself in situations where I could not steer the truck, because of how the front axle was flexed. I also sheared the spring centering pin on the passenger side, which did not help steering response. Anyway, I decided that before I went wheeling again, I would install crossover steering, so I could have better control of my truck. I ordered a kit from ORD, and had my box rebuilt by WTO. This past Memorial Day weekend, I went fourwheeling again, hoping to see an obvious steering improvement, but I was rather disappointed. I could steer to the right all day long, but not to the left very well, sometimes not at all. After the weekend, at home in the driveway, I played around with the drag link adjustment, checked for binding, etc, but couldn't find anything wrong. The only thing I noticed was that as long as the front axle and tires were off the ground, it steered well and easily and the same amount on both sides, and the steering knuckle stops would contact the housing. When the truck is on the ground, and the full weight of the vehicle is on the tires, I cannot turn the truck all the way to the left, nor does the steering knuckle stop touch the housing (about an inch from stopping). Turning to the right is no problem. I have correctly installed top notch products, but the results were not as good as I hoped. I'm wondering if I broke something ini the steering box itself, as the pump and belts and linkage appear to be fine. What do you guys think, and what would you do? Thanks for any useful input!