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There's a sleeve on the bar coming from the pitment arm. That's what that sleeve is designed to do, to adjust your steering wheel straight. Just unlock your steering column, loosen the 2 bolts on the sleeve and turn it in what direction you need until your steering wheel is straight again. You may need to drive it a couple times and fine tune it a little.
 

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Yeah, I've had to do that also. My 4 1/2 inch lift moved it about 1/4 of a turn or more, and it is still off, but it is better than it was, I just keep moving it a little bit at a time, It's hard to fine tune it.

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You shouldn't complain, I have a drop pitman arm and drop trac bar bracket and my wheel is off right at half a turn. No problem, just hard to get used to. When I do my next lift I will get everything aligned but why pay someone to do it twice?
 
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