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    checked wheel and tire balance pitman arm and ideler arm are new



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Hi ben,I would suggest checking the tie rod ends,ball joints,stabilizer etc, also chevy uses a worm gear type steering box and will inevitably wear a groove in the assembly so adjustment may not be possible due to the age of your vehicle though I do not think this would be the problem, does the truck pull one way or the other? maybe check for a bent rim or wheel balancing,hope this helps,good luck Ben

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