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sounds like its tracking right then , meaning the frames not out in the front. Is it driving right ? Any problems other than the steering wheel being 90 degrees out ? If so loosen the adjuster on the track bar, put a piece of tape on the steering wheel where center should be and turn the wheel back to center with the adjuster on the track bar. Get a 4 wheel alignment (front and rear) , if somethings far out of whack it will show in the alignment. I think you just tweaked where center on the wheel is and just need to adjust it back and watch your tires for uneven wear or go get an alignment and still keep an eye on the tires wear to make sure something else is not off.
I have done the same type of thing before when 4x4 climbing and got the tires a little off centered and gassed it to just have the wheel ripped loose from my hands. When done the steering is 45 degrees off or so and just adjusting it back to center has corrected the problem with no negative wear later. I always rotated tires at 7500 miles and a front end alignment every 25k or so as well though. Never measured where the front end was sitting , would seem you would have to tweak the spring eye's or the frame somehow to get the diff to move
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