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IZwack

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Typically, if the camber is off, then there's a bent component, or the inner knuckle wasn't aligned properly before welding.

But none the less, there are eccentric upper ball joint sleeves:
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thanks for the help i guess its going to the shop to be alined
 




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Well Im not sure the shop can't do anything about camber unless they install those eccentric upper ball joint sleeves.
 




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Make sure the toe and caster are set right before you think about the camber. Sometimes a bad toe/caster setting will make a solid axle appear to have bad camber when it really doesnt.

Other than that, about all you can do with it is the offset balljoint sleeves as mentioned above.
 




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