Re: Steering Wheel Play...Right only
So, did the alignment fix the play? I am guessing you still have some.
My guess is that you originally noticed it more to the right because road surfaces are crowned, thus you would be normally keeping the steering wheel to the left (and taking up all the slack), to compensate for the road crown (which will make you drift right).
Of course, alignment specs typically take the crown effect into account, thus you will see some different specs from left wheel to right wheel.
The Chevy steering box has a slotted screw sticking out the top, with a lock nut. I would loosen the lock nut and turn the screw slot a tad clockwise. Then re-tighten lock nut, while holding the slot in position. That will tighten up the steering box worm gear. Don't go too tight!
Dave F. in Rhode Island
'68 Camaro SS Accel DFI 454 (SOLD - I'm a boring Corvette owner now)
Bought my first big-block Chevy in 1970