So a while back i did a pseudo frame off resto on my 96 f150. I tore off the front end and drug it out back and took of the steering box and ect. Well when i got around to putting everything back together again i noticed that my steering wheel is off by like 90deg. It drives fine in regards to steering just the steering wheel is off so when i turn on my turn signal thats cancels just a little earlier then wanted. Any ideas?
Those turnbuckles by the tie rod ends, is one adjusted short and one adjusted long? By changing those, lengthening one and shortening the other would be one way to correct it. Just make sure one isn't lengthened so much that you don't have enough threads holding where it would be dangerous.
you know i didnt mess with the pitman arm. At the time i didnt have the tools to pull it off so i just left it hanging on with the rest of the suspension..... i think. do you think i can re-align it all if i was to take off the pitman arm and re-align it
yeah i didnt mess with the tie rods, steering linkage, gear box, nothing. before i went to town on the vehicle yes everything was good and straight. yeah the spokes are off like your turning the wheel but going straight
i was going to say something with the steering but you said you didnt touch that so ehhh. the only thing i know of is with the steering when my dad did his he was off one tooth so the wheels is all crooked and such