Under vehicle checks:
All the steering joints are inspected by the Tester whilst the steering is loaded by turning the steering wheel from side to side, or by the use of approved wheel play detectors
Power steering systems are checked with the engine running (Power steering fluid level will be checked with engine off)
The security of attachment of the steering rack or steering box is checked both with respect to the tightness of nuts and bolts, and structural cracking or corrosion of the vehicle chassis where it is attached
Whilst the vehicle stands on special swivel plates the wheels are turned from lock to lock and checked for smoothness of operation and to ensure that the wheels and tyres do not foul either the structure of the vehicle or any brake pipes or hoses
With the wheels jacked the wheel bearings are checked
Steering rack gaiters and front outer constant velocity joint boots are examined
Ball joint dust covers inspected for not allowing ingress of dirt etc
Metal and/or rubber bushes are checked as are split pins, locking nuts and other locking or retaining devices which relate to steering components.
On some cars there will be rear wheel steering which is checked from beneath the car.
Checked for inappropriate repair or modification to steering linkage or power steering
Steering lock stop must be present if fitted as standard
No significant oil leak from the steering box
Power steering: checked for fluid level below minimum (where visible) pipes and hoses damaged, corroded or fouling; components fouling or misaligned on external power steering systems
Any drive shaft (not including the prop shaft) support bearing excessively worn or a coupling gaiter missing or no longer preventing ingress of dirt etc.
Test prop works by making the muscles hold onto nitrogen, which means the muscles hold onto more protein. Holding onto proteins means better usage of energy, which subsequently means increase in muscle size and strength. Test prop has the ability to stop muscle wasting so you keep all of the muscle mass you worked hard at getting. There is no muscle wasting from the glucocorticoid hormones and red blood cell production is increased, which subsequently allows more oxygen to come in the body. Higher oxygen level in blood cells mean that you will not tire as fast and as much, what will than aid in recovery times as well.