I know that leveling up the truck pulls the wheels farther inside the fender well, but how much farther? Do cam bolts help to pull the wheels back out some for proper alignment? Thinking about doing a slight level again (I backed the bolts back down to what they were before after an inch of lift) or a 2" body lift.
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Not trying too start another leveling thread, just want to clarify if the cam bolts will help pull the wheels back out to spec, change the angle of the camber or if they will always be tucked. Thanks guys..
The cam bolts hold in your UCA, they use an eccentric washer so as you twist the bolt, the washer is moving the control arm in and out. The control arm is attacked to the knuckle so as you move the UCA, it tilts the steering knuckle as well.