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Old 02-09-2011, 07:10 AM   eBay Motors  #1 (permalink)
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Aftermarket camber bolts?

Ok, im having a hard time with my truck pulling to the right and unevenly wearing my passenger tire. Is there a camber bolt that allows more adjustment than stock?

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Old 03-04-2011, 11:02 PM   eBay Motors  #2 (permalink)
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I'm curious too. Found Car Part Wholesale - Auto Parts and Accessories Catalog - Moog Camber and Alignment Kit

and Moog MOK80277 thats a +/- 2* plate and the MOK100026 is the whole kit with up to +/- 1.5*

I've got a 4" Rancho lift and both tires are kicken in and are wearing the inside of both my front tires. I gotta get this fixed ASAP.
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I would check out my idler and pitman and other components first chances are it could be a worn out joint especially with a lift
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x2 on what Seth said... these tend to wear out over time... is there any play left to right if you jack up one of your tires???
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x2 on what Seth said... these tend to wear out over time... is there any play left to right if you jack up one of your tires???
L-R or Up/Dn? The pass side hub bearing is starting to have a slight bit of play in it but nothing too too serious. I'm not sure ab L/R though. The adjustment brackets are maxed out though. That's where the others with the extra 1.5 +/- degrees of adjustment comes in to play.
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There are also these. 2001-2008 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD Control Arm Bushing Kit - Suspension - Moog, Upper 01-08 Silverado 2500 HD Control Arm Bushing Kit - 3704-07031519 - PartsGeek

Anyone used these to fix the alignment problem or the bolt kits?
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Bolt kits are fine as long as you be sure that you don't have any other problems first. The bolt kit should be a last resort only. Check that no suspension or steering parts are bent or worn before resorting to the bolt kit for alignment. In theory, if everything is straight and good, the factory length bolt should align fine, but that doesn't always hold true. Most of the time when an alignment shop uses an a/m bolt they are just hiding (or ignoring) some other problem.
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Bolt kits are fine as long as you be sure that you don't have any other problems first. The bolt kit should be a last resort only. Check that no suspension or steering parts are bent or worn before resorting to the bolt kit for alignment. In theory, if everything is straight and good, the factory length bolt should align fine, but that doesn't always hold true. Most of the time when an alignment shop uses an a/m bolt they are just hiding (or ignoring) some other problem.
So check the I&P arms first and then what? Driver side hub is good, pass side is ok but could stand to be replaced. I need a swap bar connector for the driver side, but other than that everything else looks pretty good just by eye balling it.
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So check the I&P arms first and then what? Driver side hub is good, pass side is ok but could stand to be replaced. I need a swap bar connector for the driver side, but other than that everything else looks pretty good just by eye balling it.
Replace both hubs first or aligning it is a waste of time.
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