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C.J.
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Noticed the beast tends to wander around a bit when I get above 50 mph. :huh:

Can anyone confirm that this is simply a normal trait for having no anti roll bar, 3" lift, and oversize wheels and tyres fitted?

Doesn't seem to be any play in the steering tbh.

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Noticed the beast tends to wander around a bit when I get above 50 mph. :huh:

Can anyone confirm that this is simply a normal trait for having no anti roll bar, 3" lift, and oversize wheels and tyres fitted?

Doesn't seem to be any play in the steering tbh.

I had this problem a few weeks ago, and I changed the swivels and wheel bearings only to find it was the same!!! I then changed the steering box and it is now like a new disco- perfect steering.

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Noticed the beast tends to wander around a bit when I get above 50 mph. :huh:

Can anyone confirm that this is simply a normal trait for having no anti roll bar, 3" lift, and oversize wheels and tyres fitted?

Doesn't seem to be any play in the steering tbh.

You may need castor corrected radius arms.

or

If you find it steers one way on accelerating, then steers the other on over-run.

Replace the trailing arm bushes.

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Adjusted /tightened up the steering box today.

Marginally better, but still a bit unerving on the motorway if you gently lapse into a false sense of security.

Really does remind me of steering a holiday cruiser on the Norfolk Broads a couple of years ago.

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