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What parts would you need to buy if you wanted to have tighter steering on you 1995 bronco XLT?

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Even if you changed ALL of the steering components,you would still feel "wander"this is because the tyres are flexing sideways,if you only use your car on road you could try fitting bigger wheels and ultra low profile tyres.but its gonna cost lots (double for the tyres alone..)and winter grip would be compromised unless you have summer and winter sets.if you want to go bigger wheels get back to me with your wheel/tyre sizes so i can give you the upgrades you can go to.....

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