After a few days of beer, cussing, and waiting for replacement tools in the mail, I got my Blazer's (70 k5) very worn front bearings and ball joints all changed out. Now, the truck feels much more solid up front (the old bearings were so worn you could hear them grinding along, and two of the four ball joints had almost a half inch of play in them). The new problem I can't seem to fix or find is that the truck seems to wander/pull off in either direction. The steering feels very loose, and any slope in the road is extremely noticable (I have to turn the wheel a good 1/8th to accomodate for even the slightest sideways grade). It also seems like it pulls in whichever direction the wheels are facing towards, and it's quite a challenge to keep it in a straight line. I've double-checked all my bearings/hubs (stripped them down and reassembled/retorqued everything), ball joints, u-bolts, spring eye and shackle bolts - nothing seems to be the culprit. Could my alignment/toe/caster possibly cause this type of behavior? Or maybe some badly worn tires? I'm running out of ideas, hehe. Oh, also, I can turn my steering shaft about 1/5 of a turn without any noticable movement or resistance from the linkage/tires - is that normal? I can't seem to find the specs anywhere.