I have a 1994 Toyota Pickup Up 2WD base 22RE manual. Been cleaning it up and working on it a little at a time. I am redoing some of the things the previous owner did to it. Right now I have a steering issue that I cant pin down. The truck has play in the steering and over steers especially on the high way. It starts wandering one way and you steer it back and over steer the other way. It has gotten better since I started but its still sketchy. I have attempted everything to fix this problem the truck came with. The truck came to me with steering problems and a 2/3 drop with torsions loosened and 3 inch blocks in the back. I changed out the whole front end complete trying to tighten up the steering. All new ball joints, new steering drag link, new idler arm, new inner and outer tie rod ends and connecting tubes, new shocks, new steering shock. I also did a Ball joint flip at this time. The truck still had play in the steering when you would grab the steering linkage from the column linkage before the steering box and you would not see the steering move. I suspected the Gear box was bad. I also could not attempt to adjust the nut on the steering gear box because it was froze up and would not budge. I took it to a little front end shop and told them my symptoms and what I had done and that I thought I needed a new gear box. I had them attempt to install the gear box for my truck that they had and it was different. The splines were different connecting from the steering column and the pitman arm splines were different. They thought the gear box had been changed with another one from a different Toyota because of unused mounting holes on the frame They said they thought new holes has been added. So they end up rebuilding the existing gear box (twice) because they cant identify what vehicle this gear box came out of. (I dont know if they are just full of $hit or are telling me the truth) I know the previous owner swapped in some SR5 4Runner interior/dash parts and a bumper, but Im not sure if he may have swapped in the steering column and gear box as well. I still have the over steer at higher speeds and its sketchy as hell to drive on the expressway because of it. I have had it aligned and looked at 3 times by Goodyear. Since the truck is lowered with torsion bars about 2 - 3" they automatically blamed it on that and said some play in the gear box is normal in this year truck. They had no idea if it was the correct box or not. They suggested tightening the torsions back to stock and putting drop spindles to keep the suspension in geometry, which I was planning on doing anyways. Sooo now Im redoing the suspension and adding Beltech Drop spindles with the BJ flip in the front and 4" angled blocks in the back with drop shocks. Im goin for a 3/4 or 4/4 drop. I dont expect this to fix my steering problem, but maybe I will get lucky. I am also redoing some stablizer bar bushings and stabilizer linkage and some other things as well. My question to all you guys with experience is can you identify this Steering Gear box in the pictures. This is the original box that came from the previous owner in my truck it has been rebuilt now. Something that stood out to me is when I look online at pics the pitman arm is different on my truck then on most of everything else I see the same years. My pitman arm is open ended on both ends and the ball joint is on the end of the steering drag link. I have seen pics of other trucks where the ball joint is on one end of the pitman and goes through an open hole on the steering drag link. My gear box is stamped Toyota at it has the number 35050 stamped below that. I just want to know if this steering is original to the truck or not. I may swap everything back to stock to try to eliminate this problem if I cant figure anything else out. Tell me what you think?