I was riding home from work with dude I carpool with and a car in front of us was driving and it looked like the dang thing was driving diagonally! The front end kind of pointed left while the rear pointed right. I'm sure ya'll have seen something similar before. Anyway, dude said "oh yeah man, I meant to tell you that your Blazer does that!". He said he noticed it the other day driving behing me. I haven't been able to verify yet, 'cause the wife is out of town and I need someone else to drive it so I can get behind and watch it. I'm worried because I totaled a guy's car in April and did not think I did any damage to mine. I have looked and could not tell that there was anything wrong with the frame, but out of curiosity, I measured from the leaf spring clamp to the center of the bolt in the front leaf spring perch and had about 1/2 - 5/8" differance. I'm just wondering if either the impact from my wreck or something else the previous owners may have done could have shifted the front axle a little? Would that cause this? I put new tires on a couple of weeks ago, and had them align the front, but the place is really a tire store and not a specialty alignment shop. Just wondering if it would be worth my time and $$$ to have the local alignment shop check it out. Anybody else experienced this?