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Troy V Smith

Typically, I would install the uni-ball end first, then set and tighten up the nylon bushing.   If your column is tight in the uni-ball, you should have plenty of “free motion”, in the shaft to line it up with the bushings up top (as Stephen says – as long as the uni-ball isn’t junk).  I would think you’d see a bend in the steering shaft if it were bent, but sounds like your best bet is to loosen up everything, and set it all in place without tightening things up.  Get everything lined up and free – then try tightening it up from there.  See how that goes for you…

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