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Old 04-11-2013, 07:53 PM   #1
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Default How's your Lift kit + Leveling kit alignment look?

I have 04 fx4 with 6'' procomp and 2'' bilsteins 5100's. The best they can get my alignment is -1.0 camber, and even 3.6 caster . So it pulls right some. How close is everyone elses alignment thats runnin stacked lifts?
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Mine is dead on... I let go of the wheel and it stays straight... You need to find another shop...
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same here no issues.
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Really? What kind of lift do u have? I went to Firestone. I took it back after the first time and then they took me in the shop and showed me my bolts were maxed out.
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I have the ProComp 6" and my alignment is dead on!
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Bds lift
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Really? What kind of lift do u have? I went to Firestone. I took it back after the first time and then they took me in the shop and showed me my bolts were maxed out.
I'm nowhere close to maxed.. Something is wrong with your setup.. Never known any system that wasn't adjustable.. Maybe it needs to back it all the way out and start from scratch..
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Mine pulls right just a tad as well. 6" superlift with 3" leveling kit.
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Mine pulls right just a tad as well. 6" superlift with 3" leveling kit.
Got any pics of that bad boy ?
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