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Old 03-17-2008
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Don't guess, test them. Plenty of info on the board on how to do so.

So you're saying a properly adjusted camber correction kit did not get rid of your lean?

The Superlift stuff is made in a way that so much variation of length is not credible. Either you do in fact have bad ball joints, or someone doesn't know how to install and adjust a camber kit.
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no for sure its the ball joints i got it aligned again at a different place and still nothing im dont the bottems this week and the uppers next and align it again.

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Don't guess, test them. Plenty of info on the board on how to do so.

So you're saying a properly adjusted camber correction kit did not get rid of your lean?

The Superlift stuff is made in a way that so much variation of length is not credible. Either you do in fact have bad ball joints, or someone doesn't know how to install and adjust a camber kit.
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The Superlift stuff is made in a way that so much variation of length is not credible. Either you do in fact have bad ball joints, or someone doesn't know how to install and adjust a camber kit.
Agreed! The Superlift stuff is all built in a jig - there should be no variations!
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thats what Superlift said, and if the problem continues after i change my ball joints they'll send me new crossmebers.

hey jimmy quick question on your rear springs how do the tow a trailer??

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Agreed! The Superlift stuff is all built in a jig - there should be no variations!
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all 4 of my ball joints are tight, my alignment is in spec BUT when i back into a parking spot my right front tire looks just like that.. seems to be a ford thing.

did you back your truck into that spot then take the picture?

i personally think your making a big deal over nothing.
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thats what Superlift said, and if the problem continues after i change my ball joints they'll send me new crossmebers.

hey jimmy quick question on your rear springs how do the tow a trailer??
I haven't towed anything with it as yet. I am sure it wouldn't be a problem though! They're much beefier than the stock springs!
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If it pulls, I would worry, if not...don't worry.

WE took the superlift OFF kevoo's truck, now were having a hell of a time aligning it. It's pulling to the left...not too good.
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