Originally Posted by G7
I'm having somewhat the same problem with my '98 4x4. Both front wheels "tow out" at the bottom. Not real bad, but bad enough for me. Not noticing any tire wear yet. Someone said I need a camber kit installed but I haven't researched any further.
"toe out" is what you mean But even that is not the correct terminology for this situation. What you refer to is negative camber where the wheels are not perpendicular with the road surface. The opposite of this is positive camber, where the bottoms of the wheels point inward. You need an alignment. From there you will be able to determine if it is a simple fix the alignment guy can fix, or a more major one like replacement of balljoints or bend a-arms or bent frame.
This goes for the OP as well. Start with an alignment, it could be a number of things but by doing that first you will know where to go next. If the alignment tech can't get it aligned to factory specs, then you know something more serious is going on (bent a-arms/frame ect.).
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