The car is a 32 Ford Tudor with a dropped I-beam, stock wishbone, 40 spindles with dropped stock arms, and an F-1 steering box. Tires are 550x16 Firestone bias ply with 28 lbs pressure. The steering box was rebuilt with new bearings, worm, and sector roller about 5,000 miles ago. So was the whole rest of the steering and brake system, and the tires are the same age. The tires are really rather round for repro Firestones. Drove rather nice for the first couples years with an eyeball alignment, then I got one of those adjustable pointer things where you spin the tire to make a line down the middle and compare the pointers to the front and back of the tires. Drove a little bit nicer after that with about a 1/8" toe in. I was having a little bit of wander and thought maybe I could make it better by tightening up the front end with nice Moog tie rod ends instead of the cheapo Chinese parts I installed back then. I put in new rod ends and made sure the steering box was centered before attaching the drag link. Set it up again with my pointer tool. The problem is I still have a bit of darting when driving 65 on the highway. Just checked again and the toe in is right at 1/8". And no, the nut behind the steering wheel is not loose. Anybody else have a different toe in recommendation for my setup?