I have an 84' K5. I has wheeling it through a friends mud pit and hit something. When i started to drive home, I noticed that the steering wheel was upside down!! On further inspection I found that it also turned farther left than right. I took it to a shop and they diagnosed it as a stripped steering box. I fixed that, and nothing had changed. I dislocated my pitman arm and run some tests on the steering wheel in relation to the box and found that the problem must be below the pitman arm, and that the original box was not damaged at all. I took it to another shop, who spent nearly a week to diagnose the problem as a bent steering arm and that the front leaf springs had been over extended and needed to be replaced. I oredered a factory steering arm from the local GM dealer. When i took the broken steering arm out I compared it to the new one, and in deed it was bent. I installed the new one but it still did not fix the problem. Although i did not fix the "broken" leaf springs, I dont understand how that could play a role in the steering. I dont understand what could be wrong with it and was wondering if anyone out there had any ideas or have had the same problem, all and any replies are welcome because I have not been able to drive it in over 2 months, and i want it fixed!!!!