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HELP if you have 5.5 inch lift..

Discussion in 'Shocks, Suspensions, Lift Kits' started by Adam Foote, October 3, 2002.

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  1. Adam Foote

    Adam Foote Active Member

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    I know i could probably search for this but im just gonna ask everyone else... what degree cambers are you using with the 5.5 inch superlift? mine are just not big enough
     
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  3. madmike

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    I have the same lift and my camber adjustment is just fine with the stock setup, just get a 12mm star socket and loosen them up and take a chisel or screwdriver and hammer and move to where they are straight up and down. :confused:
     
  4. Adam Foote

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    mad mike..... you scare me.. i didnt understand what you meant...

    ok now i get it... does it work good and stay like that?
     
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    I think I had to get 2-1/4 or 2-1/2 degree cams.
     
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    I am still using the stock cams
    i used a hammer and a screw driver and tapped them until they were straight up and down
    kinda what MadMike did
     
  7. Adam Foote

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    did you have to jack the front up to do so? i dont really understand i would like more details please...
     






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