What causing this
At first my truck was something that I was going use for light hauling weekend work, but now that I blew all my money modding out my car, I do not want to use it as a daily drive. Plus my truck uses regular gas, and get's great gas mileage, but I need to spruce it up so I want to drive it regularly. So any recommendations where to start making it fun to drive are very welcome.
These are pressing concerns of mine: First thing, if I'm travelling 40-45, and going into a curve that has bumps in it, my truck will slid to the left to the point I feel like I'm going lose control. Would new shocks help that?
Second, one year I attempted to drive in the snow, and couldn't get off the service road without turning sideways. I aware that this is sort of normal because it's RWD - plus light in the back, but is there anything I can do to provide some tractions other than piling sand bags in the back, which will not entirely keep it straight? I do have all-weather tires.
Third, I want to replace my muffler/pipes because it's rusty, any recommendation?
Thanks in advance for your help..