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Probably not, unless the strength of the frame is "compromised" at the mounting location. Since you can see the box, have someone slowly turn the wheel while you observe the input and output shafts for "lag".
 

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have you checked he rag joint
 
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If that one bolt isn't tight, you'll get a little drift when you turn the wheel. Make sure all the bolts are down tight first.
 

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Yup It’s good. The mechanic seems to think there is play in the box but it’s a brand-new unit from Borgeson.
Go back to what Bart said, two person job. Have someone jiggle the steering wheel back and forth until some resistance is met each way and the other looks for where the play is in all the steering components below. (y)
 
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