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Old 02-23-2010
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Alignment Question

hey guys.. im not on here much considering im a chevy guy, but my daily is also a ranger so i gotta check out this place to sometimes. I have searched about this and couldnt come up with anything. I have a stock 94 ranger. I went to have a alignment check. I knew i had bad negative camber issues since the inner of tires are worn to hell. Turns out the drivers side is: -1.1 and the passenger is -.6 for camber. The toe is fine and caster in spec. Now this i-beam set-up is driving me nuts, i cant seem to understand it. If its a s10, i can do it with my eyes cloes but its not that easy for me this time around. My question is can i buy just a individual shim for each side to fix the camber or do i "HAVE" to buy the camber/caster kit. I called a local parts shop and they said they have a bunch of different sizes for 94 rangers so im assuming i can just shim it but thats why i came here to ask the pro's. They could have it in a day if needed, which it kinda is considering im taking a long trip soon and dont wanna wear the tires out more then needed. Also where do i start on that suspention with the shims? thanks for all the help for whoever does help

EDIT: forgot to mention is a 2 wheel drive
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