get the steering wheel straight get in front of it and look at the tires .I would say one or both are not straight. u may have to adjust them
Which way to go did you go in or out?You can adjust the tie rods on the steer tires individually, I had to do mine, now I can run down the road, let go of the steering wheel and it will continue running true, it has zero pull one way or the other
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It's gonna depend on your specific Viking. On mine my shop said my right side had too much toe out and was not set up properly.Which way to go did you go in or out?
Easy way to check, park somewhere with enough room so you can stand back from the front of the nose and eyeball the driver's side steer tire, you want to make sure that the tire is straight with the body, and the rear drive tire on that same side, adjust with steering wheel as needed until it looks straight. Once that is done, move over and eyeball passenger side steer tire, if it's not straight loosen the lock nut on that tie rod, and using a wrench on the rod screw it in or out until that tire is straight with the driver's side when you get back and eyeball it again, when satisfied tighten down the lock nut, and take it for a short ride making full left and right turns, come back and repeat the same process as needed, I did that several times over 2 weeks before I was completely happy, cause I'm kinda picky that way lolWhich way to go did you go in or out?