Join Date: Feb 2005
Location: Olmsted Falls, OH
actually the SAI (steering axis inclination) is what causes the wheels to straighten after a turn. the imaginary line that runst down the shock is not actually verticall. it tilts back slightly at the top. so when you turn the wheels it puts force down on the inner wheel causing it to straghten out.
something would have to be seriously wrong ( and should be easily spoted during an alignment to cause this.
btw my thanks for this information goes out to 5speedXR7 over on cougarnuts.com
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