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What to look for to see if Camber Kit is on my truck?

Howdy! I realize that this is a pretty noob question - but I bought this truck from someone that didnt know a whole lot about what had been done. It has a 6 inch lift - I think - and it tracks pretty straight down the road - but the camber appears to be out - Meaning that the top of the two front tires leans inward. I would like to look and see if there is a camber kit installed on this thing - but to be honest- i dont know what the hell I am looking for!

Any advice on what to look for?

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Sorry for the bump yall - just really wanna get this straight before I go through a set of tires.

Thanks again for any info!?
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Sorry for not posting. They should look just like this :http://static.summitracing.com/globa...ec-29000_w.jpg

And they mount where the upper control arm mounts to the frame. They sould be very easy to notice.
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What year is your truck bro? Make a detailed sig so we know....
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What year is your truck bro? Make a detailed sig so we know....
Crap! Sorry about that!!!

It is a 94 4.0 4x4. I THINK it has a Superlift installed - but to be sure.... I am not yet.....
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Sorry for not posting. They should look just like this :http://static.summitracing.com/globa...ec-29000_w.jpg

And they mount where the upper control arm mounts to the frame. They sould be very easy to notice.
Perfect! Thank you VERY much! I will get under it as soon as I get home!
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Well being a 94 yours will look more like this.
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you dont have control arms on your truck sense it is a 94 it has the older ttb susp ( twin tracton beam)
you will have to have shims installed any alliment shop should have em. also what gi jo said lol
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