No those pictures are before the cross member was even welded.
That's why its so off, but yes its still off...and yes I did bring them back together but I was sure that it droped a tad over the time it was
So thats where is might be "bent" down the arms and everything else looked and leveled out right but I'm sure on that the cross memeber is saggin a tad, but as of now I'm gonna give the shorter axel brackets a try, they should bring the axel pivet arm up on the inside and down to bring the lower part of the tire inward and alow them to aline the SOB.
The springs are fine, and I'm sure they are settled but it still sits level, so now changes there.
It's been alot of work, and still is going to be...Two shorter brackets then off to get the alinement.
Us northwesterners are having a little get together in two weekends up to Mt St Helens...So I got two weeks not including Memorial weekend, and I work 7am-3pm and my friend works 12pm-10pm....Luckly I got a flexible boss and I can take off the morning and try to get it done before work but if we don't get r done I can't go to work...ahhhh shucks.
I need some luck on my side!
97 Ranger 4.0L XLT
Tuff Country 4" SL w/ Pro Comp ES3000
33x12.50 Toyo Open Country MT's on 15x10