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Old 05-31-2011, 01:01 AM
rdrckt rdrckt is offline
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Here is my two cents. After you looked at everything that was suggested look hard at all of the steering components...I look at mine tomorrow to see exactly how its built. My guess would be that something is loose or worn in the steering..like why it goes straight THEN leans into the turn. Even check the steering fluid, if its low you could possibly get air and when you turn the fluid is under pressure so if there is air it will compress to the pressure of the fluid trying to make it move (hence going straight then turning.) All of the joints like people have suggested would most likely give you a "shaky" feeling. And also if low fluid or something internal with the steering is wrong it is not something you wold readily see when the truck is off and on a rack.
Hoep this helsp and let me know what is the problem because I am curious myslef.
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