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Once you get the loose parts tightened up have an alignment done. If your local alignment shop can't work on a solid axle car, a truck stop can, big trucks still use solid axles. The master stroke is to add a steering damper and set it up with the minimum caster for quick easy steering and no shimmy. Old VWS used a neat little steering damper.

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12 minutes ago, Rusty_OToole said:

Once you get the loose parts tightened up have an alignment done. If your local alignment shop can't work on a solid axle car, a truck stop can, big trucks still use solid axles. The master stroke is to add a steering damper and set it up with the minimum caster for quick easy steering and no shimmy. Old VWS used a neat little steering damper.

 

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