The box is flexing under pressure not a sever amount by anymeans,could this slight movement be the culprit and if so how do I fix it?Check to see if the steering box mount is flexing when you put pressure on it. This happened on a friends truck.
ditto, I went through this a few months ago. I did a number of mods all at the same time (db/ps/sr/hs) so it made it kinda hard to pin point it. the above things are exactly what I addressed. There was a little bit of play in all of the above things. the play and eccesive toe in is what lets it get out of hand. but in my case I think the thinh that "caused" it was un-balancable boggers on rims with a 2" bsOriginally posted by woody:
<STRONG>My scout box does not flex....I sleeved the frame so you can actually tighten the bolts and not crush anything.
It should be toe IN, not out. The larger your tires, the more toe in you require. I added one turn on one end of my tie rod and it made a huge difference.
Do you run a stabilizer? Tires balanced recently? Check bearing preloads, wheel and "kingpin?" Spring bushings in good condition? Tie rod ends?
Those are the usual culprits....</STRONG>
Hmm if I run mine with any toe in I get the wobble bad, I have to run it just a bit toe out. We are talkn about the front of the tires being further out then the rear in order to get toe out correct?Originally posted by woody:
<STRONG>It should be toe IN, not out. The larger your tires, the more toe in you require. I added one turn on one end of my tie rod and it made a huge difference.