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Steering Slop


Josh B

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I packed and adjusted my front bearings a couple months ago/

Yesterday while rotating my tires I found both to be good front to back, but slop top to bottom.
Actually front to back it does have the slightest amount, but nothing like it has top to bottom
Both sides are similar
 


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Check your balljoints. You might need a helper to move the tire while you look.
 

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Thanks Franklin, it is rather difficult looking around under there yourself but that gives me a direction. I greased them at that time but I suppose after the time they've been there it's a good place to start
 

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