So I had to do a spendy top end repair last week after head gaskets let go and blew out the heater core. As part of the process, we took care of a few "while you're in there" type issues. One issue was the very sloppy steering traced to the steering box. Previously, the truck drove fine, tracked fine, just took 1/8 of a turn steering wheel input before getting a direction change, but nice and stable, NO tendency to Death Wobble. Tech "fixed" steering box, tightening the top adjuster Allen bolt/lock nut assy, and input shaft, so there is now zero perceptible play. This left the steering wheel cocked at 30-45deg, so he adjusted drag link to re-center. Problem is, the truck's steering is now scary responsive, "darty" would be the word. Since it's a SW with a heavy roof rack, this translates to some scary feelings at anything above 40-50 mph. Even minor steering inputs send the truck darting left or right and tipping heavily. A panic lane change would roll the truck. So I'm assuming he's some how adjusted either drag link or tie rod such that I have too much toe out? Need to measure, but what am I looking for as far as spec? Neutral? Slight toe in? Slight toe out? If so, how much?