Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Tempe Arizona, ASU Campus
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As far as diagnosing the problem, have someone in your truck turn the wheel back and forth and view the moving or non moving parts. This will obviously not fix the problem but can at a minimum diagnose which part of your steering is causing the problem. Chack shafts, steering box, drop pitman arm, anything and everything related to steering. Use a flashlight and a mirror to look in the hard to see places. I would start with your shafts and work your way foward. It would also help to know what year and motor you have.
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F350, single rear wheel
X2000 tonneau cover
Polk Audio 5x7 front and rear, soon to upgrade to component speakers, powered by Pioneer 600W 4 channel
4" Silverline Turbo-back exhaust with Black SS tip thanks to Kyle@XDP
I dont know why i waited so long, this sounds absolutely killer!
pics coming soon!!!!