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Hey everybody,

When my wheels are straight my steering wheel is off a bit. Not by much but noticeable. Anything I can do about this. about to rotate tires, balance and align and wanted to see if I could knock this out while I was at it. TIA.

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You can make small adjustments by a adjusting the draglink slightly, however if you center the steering wheel in normal ride height when you lower into highway height it will be off center again untill you return to normal ride height. As the different ride heights change the steering geometery slightly.

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The steering wheel can be removed and repositioned. The splined shaft can make small incremental changes. Very easy to do.
 

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x2 what Col said.

Due to the geometry of the steering/suspension linkages, then different EAS heights cause the steering wheel to rotate, even if the wheels are locked in straight-ahead position. I.e. you can only choose ONE EAS height where the steering wheel is absolutely level.
 
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