Well, to say the least I am a little bit confused
I went to the garage because my truck was swaying right (steering wheel was also turning) withing 1 pole lenght (100ft) Id be in the ditch. Just say when A passing lane came up, I let go of my corrective steering ha she went right into the slow lane itself.
I can't drive like this, I need to correct steer the whole damn time to the left, and its hard on everything
I got an alignment done, rotated my tires, checked everything and she was beautiful. She was toeing out (negative toe) a touch on the passanger side, but he said its nothing. It shouldn't have pulled that bad.
So on the way home 2 1/2 hr drive it kept doing it... I was fuming. Not at the garage, because I sat there and helped buddy do it.
So within the next few days (well when Im not tired from nightshift and its nice out) I will be going into the garage and playing with my toe. I will mark stock position (so I can always put back) and then start moving my tires to the left slowly. Test drive after each little move to see the impact. I am 100% positive its my toe, I feel the pressure on the wheel and shes pulling me right bad.
I know a lot of you guys are probably wondering "you need a damn alignment machine for that!" But I am not wasting $80 a pop on an alignment machine in the damn shop. I know its a touchy situation but Once I get it done myself, a final alignment will see.