First post on CK5: I’ve read some threads concerning crossover steering and haven’t really found the answers I’m looking for. (‘search’ isn’t currently working) I’ve got a ’84 Burb w/ a 6” lift which was installed by the previous owner. The 10 bolt has the ‘raised’ steering arm to “help” correct steering issues. I also have HD extended shackles up front and no shims (also from the previous owner), so I’m pretty sure my pinion and caster angles are wrong. I been driving it for a year now and I’m fed up with the steering performance. There are numerous problems with my steering; the front end dives and darts under mild-hard braking, wandering/drifting, excessive play in the steering wheel, drag link ends keep wearing out, grinding/popping when in 4wd (can’t tell if it’s the gears, u-joints, or the CV joint from the T/C hitting the cross member). Obviously I need caster correction, and something to help the draglink angle, but I’m also considering a crossover steering conversion. So now onto what input I would like from anyone who can give it: From what I understand, I can use D44 flat top knuckles on my 10b. True? Are there problems using a 2wd steering box w/ a Hydro-boost system? How hard/easy is the crossover steering to do? Any relatively easy alternatives to doing the crossover steering? Dana 60 swap?