ok awhile back i cranked my torsion bars to level my ranger. I didnt worry about an alignment right away bc the tires that were on it were shot and i would be getting new ones soon. by the way, after cranking the bars, my truck pulled to the right fairly hard. I then bought a set of 15x10 wheels with 31x1050 hercules tera tracs on them. i took my truck to a local tire shop and had them do an alignment. after my truck being back there for about 15 minutes, the guy came into the waiting room and told me what was up. he said i needed a camber kit on the right front to ge the front end aligned. why it didnt need one on both sides im not sure. so $100 later, my truck is out with an alignment and a tire rotation. driving home, i noticed that it seemed to pull every so slightly to the left now, but even worse there is a terrible vibration. its the worst from about 35-45 mph and from 60 on up. the tires were already mounted and had a couple hundred hours on them. I never noticed any excess vibration before the rotation.
Sorry for the long read. basically my questions are:
Why did my truck need a camber bolt kit? and why only on one side?
Do my tires just need to be balanced?
Sorry guys if anything i said doesnt make much sense. Im more of a dirtbike rider/mechanic and I dont know much about the mechanics of a vehicle beyond changing my oil and other small things. I will appreciate any help you all can give me bc my truck is a bit annoying to drive right now with the vibrations. please be patient with me!