RE: fixed dogbone, now new problem
Also make sure your alignment/setup is still good.. (IE: Camber, Toe-in/out, etc.) Sometimes those hard shots can mess up your turnbuckles.. I made a setup board back when I was running onroad touring cars, but any flat surface will do. Just use a marker and straight edge to make some straight lines at the center, and where the left and right wheels go. Set the car on the center line and see how the wheel/tires line up.. Make adjustments accordingly.. Once ya get the setup where ya want it, and make sure your servo horns are centered on the servo (so they go both directions evenly) you can take her out and use the "trim" to fine tune the steering.. Hope that helps!!