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Does this rack & pinion look right???

I just got my rack and pinion, and I don't remember it being curved like that. Could someone tell me if it is supposed to look like this.

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Here is the other side, which I thought they were supposed to both be straight.
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they are supposed to be straight?

you cant move it at all? theres a joint under the boot where it moves around make its just bound up
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I haven't really got physical with it and try to move it.
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well it should in theory move smoothly lol
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huh, maybe I will play with it.
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^^ thats sig worthy.. lol
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haha ^^^

and yeah it was just stuck, I got it loosened up and everything is a ok.

so nevermind
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huh, maybe I will play with it.
dude, read ur sig, then read ur qoute right here
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he's actually the BIGGEST pervert you'll ever know. he just tires to keep it on the DL
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i knew it!!!
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I just "tires" to keep it on the DL

I tires a lot of things
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most useless thread award?

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it was important at first haha
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coulda just PM'd me
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You weren't on when I started it
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