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Old 11-13-2014, 01:41 PM
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Hey need a little of assistant with what I action I should take. I have a 1996 dodge ram 2wd with 2 coil spacers and 4 inch suspension lift (spindles). After installed everything and eventually taking my truck to the alignment shop, the mechanic doing my alignment told me that I would have to deal with my negative camber BOTH tires are toeing in and I had no more adjustment. How could I fix this issue? Or should I try a different alignment shop? Thanks
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If I remember correctly you can only go about 1 1/2 of coil spacer with a 4in spindle lift on your truck, you don't have much for camber adjustments to begin with
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Hey need a little of assistant with what I action I should take. I have a 1996 dodge ram 2wd with 2 coil spacers and 4 inch suspension lift (spindles). After installed everything and eventually taking my truck to the alignment shop, the mechanic doing my alignment told me that I would have to deal with my negative camber BOTH tires are toeing in and I had no more adjustment. How could I fix this issue? Or should I try a different alignment shop? Thanks
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I think if you ditch the spring spacer or drop to a 1in spacer might give you a little more adjustment.
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Cool thanks Six... anyone else have any suggestions ?
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anyone else?
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Stacking suspention lift kits just isn't a good idea as you may have read already if you want more lift and not messy up your tires ditch the spring spacers and add a body lift and there pretty cheap
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