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Old 01-29-2010
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steerings loose what do i do?

i got 35s that are pretty bald i think that might be some of the problem im not good with this stuff im just starting...but could i tighten like the steering column? i'm not sure what to do.

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Check your ball joint tie rods and depending on the year of your truck check your pitman arm drag link and idler arm.Also check your wheel bearings if 2wd.
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Tie rod ends make a huge difference if they are worn out.
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