Join Date: Apr 2014
Location: Monroe Twp., NJ
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The problems of a stock steering set up that wanders and has tons of play are compounded by offset wheels. Getting pulled by tracks is because of the wide offset wheels, not the mud tires. You'll notice large puddles on the side of the road will pull you towards them also. The pulling when braking is again due to all the play in the stock steering system. Don't bother with a cheap steering brace. Braces that connect to both sides of the frame bind the box as the frame naturally flexes and will do more damage to the box and wear it out more quickly than it's worth. An upgraded steering shaft and box will get you the results you want but are not exactly cheap. There are no cheap fixes only temporary bandages.
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