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So I'm pretty happy with how it is cycling only concern is at ride height there is 2.2 or so degrees of camber from true level. I tried moving the upper mount to fix it but that just screwed up other things. I don't care about tire cupping but is there any reason this would be a concern? I mean it is nothing compared to a beamed truck I guess.
 

84projectford

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everything is a compromise. shorten the upper arm some and see where that nets you. a little more camber change isnt the end of the world but you may run out of ball joint angle sooner.
 

84projectford

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you may just have to deal with the bump steer unless you want to re-do you spindle. you can always limit travel right where the bump steer starts turning bad as well. you aint going to miss an inch of wheel travel.
 

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