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I'm new to this and would like some help I have a 4wd 03 4.0l v6 ranger and my to front tires are towed in at the top. I've changed every suspension part to new ones and still nothing not even the pros can straighten them out my cams are maxed out and they are still off especially the driver side they look like this / \. Any help please!!
 
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If a professional alignment shop can't get it aligned with a camber kit, then the torsion bars could be worn out, or the adjusters are backed off too much. Search the forums or Google for "torsion bar crank how to" and you'll see what I'm talking about. Do plenty of reading. You'll learn quite a bit about your front suspension system.



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Thank you very much I've literally changed everything starting with I guess you can call them bushings that go on the backside of the torrsion bars nothing I've changed all ball joints control arms CV joints axle and wheel hubs the whole nine yards and nothing. 4 different shops could not figure it out and I've seen plenty of rangers that look that way. One mechanic even told me that I could modify the can kit washers like grind them down a bit so it could allow my upper control arm to slide out more and that's what I'm thinking. Because they checked my frame also so make sure it wasn't bent and nothing.
 
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