UPDATE! Its fixed!
It was the bolt that connects the frame to the fork. (Thank you so much Ralph!) There is a nut underneath you can secure with a 19mm socket if you move the splash guard out of the way. The socket can wedge itself against the shock so you can turn from above w/o it spinning.
An adjustable wrench will get in there, set it to 19mm. I put a lot of pressure on it and got it really tight. It acts as a dampener, after this was tightened the regular dampener is not needed. So if your steering starts developing really light back and forth, meaning there is no resistance / dampening you need to tighten this nut. The nut head had marks on it like this had happened before. Now what else needs tightening?