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Old 03-05-2008
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Icon9 negative camber anyone?

i put my 94 ranger 2wd in a shop with a bent radius arm. they told me last week i need drop down brackets for my i-beams because i had to much positive camber now that they put the skyjacker brackets on, my negative camber is so much the top of my 31;s are almost touching the coils. what do i do!!!thanks anybody who responds.
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you didnt need drop brackets obviously, if you want to keep the brackets then you will need to get longer coils, or you remove the brackets and have them actually align it correctly. Most shops don't have a clue about how to properly align a TTB or TIB setup.
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