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front end need help!!!

help!!! well im jordan i havent really met to many of you all except for some noob question. ok so i went off roading 2 nights ago and had a blast truck held up great and actually had to pull out a jeep liberty and a jeep wrangler both 4x4 and with tires... so i wnet off and found a cool hill climb all rutted out made it up and as i heading down i was trying to stay out of ruts but got sucked in and bounced out and slammed into another rut really bouncing and butted heads with my budy in the truck... so now my steering is off it doesnt pull or drift one way or another but goes straight but my steering whell is at a 45degree angle or close too... so i checked underneath and nothing seems bent and dont know what it could be i took off my skid plate so i can see everything... please help... thanks jordan
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Go get your alignment checked
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damn... ok sounds good i never even got it done after i cranked my t-bars but i guess its time...
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Well you should have, if your alignments is off after the t-bar crank it can kill your balljoints and cause excessive tire wear.
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Well you should have, if your alignments is off after the t-bar crank it can kill your balljoints and cause excessive tire wear.
oh no after my crank it was perfect actually to my surprise...

so i went to good year and found out my inner and outer tire rods are shot on both sides and my camburg is screwed so he said it was gonna cost about 450-500 so im broke any way so this sucks
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oh no after my crank it was perfect actually to my surprise...

so i went to good year and found out my inner and outer tire rods are shot on both sides and my camburg is screwed so he said it was gonna cost about 450-500 so im broke any way so this sucks

you have a camburg lift kit or the camber is off?
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the camber is off
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