I just bought this 1987 dodge Ram W150 4x4 318 carbed a few weeks back. I bought it as a beater mudding truck, but now it has turned into a project truck! The main issue right now is that is won't start. The last time I drove it, it died on me twice, so I rushed home and parked it. Now it won't start. Still seems to be getting fuel to the carb. It cranks, just won't turn over. It has all new distributor, plugs, and wires along with everything else you could think of. What should I look for? Also, with a full tank of gas, it leaks under pressure pretty good. There is no leak in the tank snd it does not always happen. Could it be something like the fuel pickup ring on top of the tank (I think that's what it is called??)? Finally, it has very loose steering above 45 MPH. All the pitman arms, control arms, ball joints, and idler arms have been replaced, but it is still loose. I would say that it is about 25 degrees off give or take. Has anyone tried using urethane bushings? How did they work? Would they fix this problem? Are they easy to install for someone that is not that skilled or would it be easier to take it to the shop? I have heard many good things about them. Thanks for any help in advance. I just don't know too much on this truck or how to work on it.