Originally Posted by firefighter777
how do you properly adjust the drag link? mine does this too
Loosen the two bolt clamps on the ends of the drag link's short threaded length adjustment link which allows you to adjust the drag link's length by rotating that short link.
If the steering wheel is too far left as you drive straight ahead, the drag link is too long and must be shortened so the link is rotated in a direction that moves the front of it upward.
If the steering wheel is too far to the right as you drive straight ahead, the drag link is too short and it needs to be lengthened so the link is rotated so the part in front is moved downward.
It doesn't take much rotation of that link to move the steering wheel quite a bit. It will probably take a few attempts to get it right, driving it between adjustments until you get it perfect.
But when the steering wheel is off, don't forget that something had to have caused it to get off. A front-end alignment where they didn't straighten the steering wheel afterward, installing a suspension lift, or the tie rod or drag link was bent somehow, likely from offroading.