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Old 03-26-2013, 12:46 PM
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Hello i have a 2004 Ram 1500 and i have a 5/6 drop on it and my front two tires are cambering in the negative. I went to get it aligned and the guy said that he cant fix the camber anymore because it is maxed out and it cant be adjusted anymore. I have done some researching and found out that you can buy a camber kit for the front and it will fix it. Has anyone ever had any experience with these or advice? Thanks
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Is it possible that you could cut the slots longer where the control arm bushings bolt thru? How much negative camber? I run - 1.5 degrees all around on my Magnum wagon with no abnormal wear. Car corners on rails, btw.
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Not sure on the degree of negative camber, just dont really like the look that it gives me.
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