Hello everybody, I'm sorry if this has already been addressed, but I couldn't find my exact issue in any thread through my initial searches. My 1997 K1500 has always had somewhat sloppy steering, I attributed it to the rag joint, but it's gotten unbearable. Completely independent of the rag joint, I'm going to replace that anyway while I'm dealing with this, but there's definitely something else going on here. Symptoms: truck makes a clunking sound (single clunk when steering, particularly when braking or accelerating, but happens once every time, sounds like it's coming from the right front area of the truck). While driving, the steering slop is noticeably worse. It went from maybe 10 degrees of slop to almost 90 degrees, and it the steering will just change mid turn, and get just a little bit looser. A bit scary at highway speeds. I've never worked on any component of the steering system of this truck with the exception of the power steering pump less than 5k miles ago. With me being a novice, I'm looking for advice on what to look at. It seems to be a joint on the passenger side that is causing the issue, so I'll get down there and give it a look, but I need to know where all of the bushings and joints are to inspect, and if I'm already there, I may as well just replace any bushings as they are cheap, and running the truck into something or somebody isn't.