I have a 2012 that was t-boned in the passenger side. Point of impact was passenger front door. Damaged both doors and edge of front fender. Frame was slightly bent and no visible evidence of a hit to the tire or wheel. I drove it after the wreck and noticed the steering wheel is almost 1/4 turn to the left when driving straight down the road (yes it was straight before the accident). The truck has since been rebuilt, frame was straightened to factory specs and the only thing left to fix is the steering wheel alignment. I took it to the alignment shop and had it checked out. Alignment was close to correct, nothing bent or visibly tweaked to indicate a reason for the steering wheel being off. Tie rods are showing the exact same amount of threads on both sides. The alignment tech said that the problem is most likely inside the steering gearbox- may have skipped a cog on the gears. This seems unlikely to me due to the size of the gear cogs. Any ideas? If it us the steering box, which brand to you recommend?