What I have: D60, completely rebuilt, 4.56 ARB locked PSC steering box PSC hi volume pump ORD crossover steering ORD bolt on steering brace Borgeson steering shaft External tube and fin cooler Rocksliders 37" SSR tires Valvoline SYN Power fluid I have a steering issue. The steering seems to have a wander and jerks very slightly while driving strait. Occasionally, after going around a turn, it gets a little hard to straiten the wheel. Now, it is near impossible to turn the wheel at a stop. It feels like something is physically keeping the wheels from turning. The pump makes noise, and you can see the frame flex and the front leaf mounts flex while trying to force the turn. The box does not move around in its mounting and the frame does not look cracked. Nothing is in the way of any steering components. Steering box almost too hot to touch. Fluid is full and looks good. When I was offroading, it would get difficult to turn in some situations, which I later found that the tire was hitting the rock sliders. So when I felt the hard steering, I would assume the tire was in the slider and would power out of the obsticle. This is exactly what it feels like now. Tires no where near sliders. Cant even turn in the driveway. Steering still wanters almost constantly. It jerks, but still feels tight. Not like a sloppy wander. I had a similar problem before I modified the Blazer. With the original steering and suspension. Steering would get really hard coming out of a turn, there would be a pop, then it would jerk slightly. Really noticible on hard right turns. Occasionally, steering would feel like it would jamb at low speed turns, like a parking space. Did not happen that often though. When I changed everything, the problem went away, so I assumed I had replaced the bad part. I am leaning toward a bad steering box. I cant believe it though. Its a pretty nice box, and the company seemed to have a pretty good rep. What do you all think?