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I have a new rack & pinion, inner and outer tie rod ends. Shocks look and seem to work great; no leaks. I still have the problem when I go around a curve to the right part way through I get a little extra dip or tug to the right. Any ideal? Tires are new and it did it with the old tires also. I have rotated tires and have new wheel bearings also. I think I will do the lower ball joints next but I'm running out of ideas and it is a little annoying. I have had the car aligned several times and it never makes a diference. I am not talking about fast speed cornering just easy sweeping turns to the right. It does not seem noticeable to the left. Please help.
 

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Ok, Paul, jack up your front wheels (make sure they are up there safely on stands. Now grab hold of the tire (1 hand at 6oclock, the other at 12 o clock). Try to shake the wheel back and forth to check for play in the ball joint. Repeat the test with hands at 3 oclock and 9 oclock.
 
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