Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: Wheat Ridge, Colorado
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Yeah it's not very hard at all. You can adjust the drag link. Park your truck with your wheels turned straight. Have key on, engine off and E-brake on. Loosen the nuts on the retaining sleeve of the drag link and adjust the sleeve, by turning it up or down depending on which way your wheel needs to be adjusted, until your steering wheel is straight. If I remember correctly, turning the sleeve upwards moves the wheel to the right and and down moves it to the left, but I could be wrong. I am pretty sure the nuts are a 14mm or 15mm, it has been awhile since I did mine. It's easier with someone inside telling you when the steering wheel is straight.
2004 F250 CC Lariat 4x4
Pro Comp leveling kit, 05-07 HD headlights w/ 6k HIDs, Auto Meter gauges, ScanGaugeII, Sinister coolant filter, Blue spring, 6.4 banjo bolts, BPD FICM, BPD billet water pump, BPD VK688 oil cooler kit, S&B CAI, MTW stage 2, Straight piped w/ 6" single mitre stack, SCT w/ Hybrid Panty Dropper from Chris @ TSD, Fumoto block drain valves, ELC, High idle mod
I'm guessing that you didn't lose nearly as much as it appeared. Spills are like that. The last beer that I spilled was like a million ounces.