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TTB Camber Question

This is for those familiar with the TTB's. I have a 95 4x4. I noticed the camber is a little on the positive side when the truck has been driven foward and stopped on level ground. When the truck is driven in reverse and then parked the camber goes negative. Is this normal? I've already replaced the balljoints and radius arm bushings.
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Yes this is normal.
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