I have replaced tie rod ends, rack ends, strut bushings, tires and aligned twice.
Still had a little tram lining issue. I run my tire pressure at MFG max so that has a lot to do with it.
But this week I replaced the steering rack bushings which helped the steering control even more.
The old ones looked ok, but I expect they were allowing some rack squirm and even a little clunk when hitting just the right bumps.
Ricochet Polyurethane Technologies of SoCa makes the bushings that I found on Ebay.
The replacement is pretty basic. Remove cover, use 17 mm socket to remove both clamps. Once the clamps are off, I was able to pull on the rack to move it out of the way a little allowing one to wrap the new split bushings around the rack . Align the arrows on the bushings just as the originals. Bolt the clamps and pan back on. Steer away.