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Old 01-12-2012, 08:21 AM   #611
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2A is pretty close to my house also. I usually prefer private ranges, indoors have too many rules. They usually have a limit on cal. size and no rapid fire. But it might still be fun though.
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Old 01-12-2012, 08:50 AM   #612
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This may be off topic a little bit, but I just got my truck aligned and the front wheels are still kind of cambered in a little (I believe it's a negative camber) and the toe, caster, camber are all with in specs but I was just wondering of anyone out there with the 95 generation know is this normal or do I need to find a different alignment shop? It does have new springs, shocks, bearings, adjustment sleeves, and spindles.
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This may be off topic a little bit, but I just got my truck aligned and the front wheels are still kind of cambered in a little (I believe it's a negative camber) and the toe, caster, camber are all with in specs but I was just wondering of anyone out there with the 95 generation know is this normal or do I need to find a different alignment shop? It does have new springs, shocks, bearings, adjustment sleeves, and spindles.
Mine has allways had that. It's due to the worn parts. Fix is replace all steering components including rotors.
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Clay barred the whole truck and waxed it today.
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2A is pretty close to my house also. I usually prefer private ranges, indoors have too many rules. They usually have a limit on cal. size and no rapid fire. But it might still be fun though.
They don't have limits like that as long as you aren't acting like a retard.


greenmudder - You clayed and waxed today? I know you must have had a garage available. Anyone out today doing that without cover needs their head checked...lol
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Yes there was a garage available. Haha
And that clay bar is magic the paint is smooth as glass now.
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Yes there was a garage available. Haha
And that clay bar is magic the paint is smooth as glass now..
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Mine has allways had that. It's due to the worn parts. Fix is replace all steering components including rotors.
All the steering components? So like the rack and pinion? Or what?
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Clay barred the whole truck and waxed it today.
Looks real pretty good Job! I hope you did that in a garage!
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Looks real pretty good Job! I hope you did that in a garage!
Yea I was in a garage luckily. Haha
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