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This has probably been gone over before, but would I be able to center my steering wheel, its driving me nuts, they want to do a front (40.00) end alignment to correct the steering wheel problem...thanks for any ideas.

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Hey Flatbed,Had my front end aligned yesterday & mine is much better. Mine was at the 2 o'clock position. BTW, 40 bucks for an alignmet is a better price than I paid. Mine was like $55.Before I was able to get mine aligned I had to install 4 new Moog problem solver ball joints, one new Moog outer tie rod, & a Rancho steering stabilizer. At least let them check to see if everything is tight. :thumbsup Dave

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Well I got the alignment done today, everything was tight, great to have the steering wheel straight. No problem with the track bar, the other alignment business said needed replacing, funny thing.

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Hey,You can check the track bar yourself... need two people, one to jiggle the wheel back and forth, and the other to "feel" for looseness in the track bar and everything else!!!!Later,Winslow

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