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Old 02-19-2020, 05:53 PM   #21
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Default Re: Centering new Precedent steering wheel

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So what's the process for the Club Car DS? They only have one drag link on the steering.

My steering wheel is not centered. 1.25 turns to the left and 1.75 turns to the right. I'm guessing I need to adjust the drag link and once there are 1.5 turns each way, re-center the steering wheel by removing it?
Exactly.
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Old 05-01-2020, 06:23 AM   #22
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Default Re: Centering new Precedent steering wheel

Tahoe dog,

So if my front tires have the correct toe in but my threads showing on the tie rod are not the same should I get the threads equal to each other, then re set the toe in on the tires?

And would it matter what the threads were or just as long as they’re equal?
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Tahoe dog,

So if my front tires have the correct toe in but my threads showing on the tie rod are not the same should I get the threads equal to each other, then re set the toe in on the tires?

And would it matter what the threads were or just as long as they’re equal?
Start with an equal thread count and bring the tie rods either in or out until you get the desired toe while maintaining an equal thread count. If the steering wheel is not at the 12 o clock position after doing this, remove the wheel and put it back on the closest spline to the 12 o clock position and retighten it. If it's still not exactly at 12 o clock, do the "Chase the wheel" method I described to shift your steering wheel over in either directoin. This will cause an uneven thread count and you should only have to do this if there is an imperfection in the steering geometry on either side of the car, but it works.
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