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floppy steering

So I got my drivers side ball joints replaced yesterday and the truck aligned. It still seems a little floppy/loose in the steering wheel. The guy that aligned it said everything else seemed tight. Do you guys think it could be the power steering pump? Also the truck is on 315's. Thanks

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Tighten your steering box. Search on here for it. It's easy.

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what about flushing the fluid?? looks like this might help a little bit also. haven't found a write up on tightening it yet.

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4in pro comp lift
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