Good day, Have a 99 stock 4 wheel drive first generation expedition that I like off-roading and hunting in, but when coming back down those curvey highways , especially tired, it just doesn’t feel the most safe to handle. The last tires I put on it are cheaper highway all terrain tires, which I know may have an affect, but would changing out all the control arm bushings and everything else listed by my local ford dealer make a world of difference worth the 1200 bucks? Immediatly after, I went to a local reputable alignment place where he showed me the bushings were decent for a truck with 160k miles on it, and upper control arm bushings and ball joints were replaced previously at 115 K miles. My alignment was also in check. All in all, I’ve googled other threads were people have complained also about the overall “light felt” and over sensitive steering, such as not stiff enough on the highway, which I feel the same way. It’s like your floating and have no grip from your hands on the steering wheel to the road. So would rebuilding my front end with new bushings make andifference, or is that just how Ford Expeditions handle, I’ve had the truck 3 years. Any insight is helpful, almost to the point of selling, but I don’t want new truck payments either. Great in the country, highway is spookey.