Hi - I own a 2006 Commander Limited Hemi.36k miles. I purchased it brand new & it's never been off roading and/or switched into HI/LO gears. About 6 months ago (at 32k miles) I noticed a clunking noise in the front end and had problems with the steering with the first few initial turns when starting the vehicle up. My mechanic replaced the inner & outer tie rod & sway bar bushings. Now at 36k miles the problem is back and worse than before. The first few times you turn, especially noticed when backing up and turning out of the driveway, the front wheels feel as if they are rubbing or binding up and it makes a grinding noise. Original factory tires are still on the vehicle so I know it's not the tires. After a few turns the problem goes away until it's started again. The vehicle is not leaking any fluids. Any ideas here??? Overall, the vehicle has had more problems than expected out of a $42k vehicle. I saw something online about changing the oil in the transfer box and or possibly a bad transfer box that can cost over $2k to fix. I also read on one forum that one owner replaced the transfer box 3 times & still had the same problems. Any suggestion here is greatly appreciated. Also, does anyone know if there is any risk involved in continuing to drive the vehicle this way? Thanks.