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Old 09-29-2007
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Torision-spindle install alignment ?'s

Alright, i had tires plus crank my torsion bars and do an alingment. It looks like the truck is a little lower on the passenger side. So i got under it and measured from the rubber stop to the a arm. and the left side is about an .5-1 inch lower. They also had to put on a new cambolt kit on the drivers side "which is higher"

I'm doing the spindle install next weekend. so if i just lower the torsion bar on the drivers side .5 an inch to make it level i for sure won't need the cam bolt kit on the drivers side right??? But what about the pass. side????

Or is it the opposite way around?
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The first time i had a alignment done it need the kit. If thats what u are talking about I wouldnt rule it out . After I reread your post I dont think thats what u meant.

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