Originally Posted by TEC1957
The Safe-T-Plus stabilizer assist in the steering wheel returning to center position, (which was a big concern for me) not 10 or 2, depending on left or right turn as with the OEM one. Further research on Safe-T-Plus will also assist in a front tire failure, by keeping the vehicle straight. The Koni FSD (Frequency Selective Damping) these are self adjusting shocks for a smoother ride and will eliminate some side to side rocking. The current OEM shocks are built for the E450 van chassis, in IMHO is why I selected this brand. The blue printed steering box took all the slop out of the steering, now when I turn the wheel left or right the response is incredible.
IMHO, the Ford steering/suspension design is sloppy (compared to Chevy's which I've driven). I can't imagine a steering box built to tighter tolerances would correct so much "designed in" slop in the steering! Maybe on an old MH with lots of miles, but mine handled like that from day 1! If a blueprinted box can really fix that problem, I'm thrilled!