worn teeth will give you a delay when you change direction.. once that delay is taken up you are tooth to tooth and they should stay synced untill you steer back the other way, in which the single sector should lag the driven sector by a little travel. IE.. the single sector will always be the lagging one when you change direction. if there is wear in the teeth of the ballnut and the front of the double sector, the double sectro will lag the steering wheel when you change directions..e tc.
if there is excessive thrust play, the double sector will lag the stering wheel too.
ensure the sector arms are not wallowed out and slipping on the sector shafts..
ensure the steering pittman arms at the front are not loose on the spindles.
ensure that the drag link and tie rod ends don't have excessive play. excessive play in a tie rod end will lead to a lazy tire that does lag steering wheel movement.. ot he other tire movement, if it's ends are tighter.
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