Suspension question: my 92 FJ80 has 176k miles and suspension bushings are original. Visual inspection (from what is visible) of bushings doesn’t show and cracking or deterioration- except the sway bar link bushings are cracked. Knuckles rebuilt approx 3k miles ago. Original stock coil springs. Bearings are not loose- I’ve adjusted them so there’s no slip. New Bilstein shocks when I did knuckles. New 33” BFG KO2s about 2k miles ago. I’ve had the new tires road-forced balanced twice. My issue is steering wheel shimmy once I get up to about 55mph. Slightly shimmy tracking straight. Shimmy is more pronounced when I bump the steering wheel off center at highway speed. It’s almost like a wobble or slight kick back. My steering hand shakes and I can see and hear the seats shaking. No shimmy or vibe noticeable under 55mph- or extremely faint if it is there. I’m wondering if either worn leading arm bushings or worn lateral control arm bushings would cause this. Also, my steering is very heavy and I can occasionally hear a clunk when I’m in rough rough roads or hit a pothole. Any advice experience with this is appreciated. I do plan to replace suspension bushings soon as I have access to a press and it doesn’t look too difficult to tackle. I’ve changed leading arms before so that doesn’t intimidate me.