I have a 21' North River Commander 310hp Marine Power with a Hamilton 212. The boat pulls to the right like a truck with a front end alignment problem. It steers easy right but hard left under power. Easy both ways when putter'n. It does the same with kicker on or off the boat. It doesn't matter how I load the boat. It's a pain on long trips because I have to grip the steering wheel tight and keep pressure left to go straight. The boat has done this since day one. I asked the salesmen and he said that it was probably the trim tabs in the back that needed to be bent. There's about 1/4"-1/2" of the bottom plate sticking out beyond the transom. If these are the tabs?, they look straight to me. I'm embarrassed to say that I've babied the boat and only bumped bottom one time on a sand bar just enough to get a hard look from the Mrs. and grins from my daughters. In other words the bottom is still in new condition. I tried to get it in the shop several times but something always came up and then winter hit about half a lifetime ago. Is there something easy that I can check and fix so I won't miss Boo Boo this spring with my boat in the shop or in line outside the shop?