Juniors have the steering and suspension out of the 2.0 qv and Ti cars, excellent fun, and a well kept secret, they do not seem to sell for any extra and sellers do not seem to know the significance of what they are selling. Hope you got a bargain.
perhaps the suspension bushes are worn, torque steer is not really an issue with a 2.0 so if it is wandering that maybe why
there is a good 'how to' guide on 155.org and fiat coupe club, as the set ups are the same.
Alfashop are not original, but they do last well, whereas a cheap item I bought from a local factor started to be noisy after 18months. Lesson learned. As Alfashop also fit the parts they sell, they know if the stuff they sell lasts or not. My replacement sishy from there has lasted 4 years and is still in good shape. So unless you like fitting new wishbones.....
forgot, checking them involves two things, the ball joint at the end, and the rubber bushes on the inside edge.
The ball joint is straight forward, it clonks and you can feel the play, the bushes are not so obvious, best thing to do is use a big bar between the arm and the subframe and see if there is movement in the wishbone.
Yep Purple.. that's were I looked the other day that made me decide 40 quid at halfords was a bit steep. The 2 tonne quick lift looks ok although the min height of 135mm will only just fit under the skirt!