Your right!!!! I was Thinking back-wards for some reason,Dah!! Is it possible that someone has got the Center link upside down??? depending on the bends in it that could make it Back wards to what it should be!!! But I wouldn't think that the Idler Arm would seat in the tapers right!!!The inside wheel while turning has a tighter radius to follow and if anything should look like 'toe out', not 'in'
I think Brian isn't familiar with the terminology.
Brian, can you describe in more detail what you're seeing with the steering wheel turned fully to the right that looks unusual?
That is an effect of Camber and Caster.
Camber (positive camber) is when the top of the wheel is closer to the car than the bottom, when driving straight forward.
Caster is the angle of the steering axis, when looking from the side. Think of a chopper motorcycle. When you are driving straight, the front wheel is vertical but when you turn, the wheel is tilted.
Toe (toe in) is when looking from above the car, the front left wheel is steering to the right, and the front right wheel is steering to the left.
...Does the steering feel odd when you drive the car?
If the front end is so out of alignment that it looks strange with the eye, then I think you would notice this when you drive the car.