Yeah everything was out of whack because i formerly had 2" lift springs in there with 4 degree bushings and nobody could get it straight, so i took 'em out and put new factory springs in. But yes, before this truck came into my possession it must've been in a bit of a gnarly accident. The rear axle is actually kinked slightly and i had to replace one of the drum brake backing plates because it was bent about an inch! O_o As far as i can deduce, somebody decided to go wheeling and hit a stump at some speed, twisting the frame a bit and mucking up that rear axle (that's my guess anyway). From what i can tell is that when it was in spec before, the passenger side was .5 degrees more positive than the driver side, so i only need to know the bushing degree of one side.
A custom is a completed show vehicle. A project is what you drive to work every day missing panels, a radio, and gauges with 3 different sized tires whilst waiting for parts that were ordered on ebay.