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Hi, These have full hydraulic steering and No mechanical connection to the wheel, a certain amount of the drift is normal on slopes etc. The wheel typically does not stay "centered" If the problem is severe, I would suspect a problem in the valving unit. If you take it apart, take a hack saw or similar item and mark the individual plate with a diagonal mark on one side and a right angle one on another side. Then you can be sure you have all the plates in the right sequence when you reassemle it. I WOULD NOT TAKE IT APART WITHOUT A MANUAL, THIS IS A VERY COMPLEX UNIT. Good luck, Al Eden

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