I'm getting closer to a safer driving vehicle and in the process of looking for play in the steering I noticed the outer spring eyelet shifts back and forth on top of the inner eyelet when turning the steering wheel. In the picture you can see it's all the way to the right but it will shifts all the way to the left when I crank the wheel the other way. I'm wondering if If this matters or do I need to crank down the u-bolts more. It also has has 11 deg of caster and 6 deg camber shims. The pinion angle is pointed up about 1 deg. I'm thinking I should remove the shims to get 5 deg of caster and a more stable platform to ride on and point the pinion up a little more. I have no idea why it was setup like this. Maybe the PO had longer shackles at one point? And it's a '67 CJ5 with SOA with flat springs and Saginaw conversion. Everything else in the steering checks out and it drives pretty good but seems to drift a little and I feel like I'm constantly doing little corrections. Thanks.