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Old 05-11-2002, 01:02 PM   #1
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Default RS4-2 Steering

my steering always come loose so that my car would veer of to the side....snyone know how to make the sterring tight yet allows it to steer. If i overtighten the car cant steer becauyse of the pressure.
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maybe try and make some crush bushings... like the ones found in some of the offroad cars (XX4 had them). It will help prevent the bearing casing from getting distorted when you tighten it up.

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