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What is the best way a Little toe in or out and perfect caster and camber what is the ninja way....spindels are back on and off to the alignment rack tomorrow for the tits ass alignmemt..we will Lazar this thing and if something dose bend we will know what and whereand now that my TOP SECRET frame work and new stiffeners installed . I don't think the frame will give

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Who welded it hope not you Turbo
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who welded it Hope not you turbo
lol.. No not me but really no welding is necessary i did not install gussets ... Frame stiffener no gusset would help how ryan bent or how i was starting to ...i will sell the kit for 1 billion dollars...lol

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I was wondering when Turbo's top secret frame job would come out

It is top notch custom work guys definitely one of a kind should work well!

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what did he weld together all his bent spindals and use them as reinforment?

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what did he weld together all his bent spindals and use them as reinforment?
NOTHING WAS WELDED!!!!!

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If you are going to in 4wd alot set it up at 16th to an 8th toed out. If you don't run 4wd much set it at 0 to a 16th in. Camber can be run anywhere from 0 the 3 degrees negative usually around 1.5 to 2.0 degrees works best. Most kits don't have an adjustment for caster.

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If you are going to in 4wd alot set it up at 16th to an 8th toed out. If you don't run 4wd much set it at 0 to a 16th in. Camber can be run anywhere from 0 the 3 degrees negative usually around 1.5 to 2.0 degrees works best. Most kits don't have an adjustment for caster.
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If you are going to in 4wd alot set it up at 16th to an 8th toed out. If you don't run 4wd much set it at 0 to a 16th in. Camber can be run anywhere from 0 the 3 degrees negative usually around 1.5 to 2.0 degrees works best. Most kits don't have an adjustment for caster.
THANK YOU FOR THE INFO!!!!!!big help....and I do have a kit that allows for caster camber..

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If you are going to in 4wd alot set it up at 16th to an 8th toed out. If you don't run 4wd much set it at 0 to a 16th in. Camber can be run anywhere from 0 the 3 degrees negative usually around 1.5 to 2.0 degrees works best. Most kits don't have an adjustment for caster.
once agin thank you for the info .....car is ready 8th toed out and 1 degrees..now time to go bend some shit agin

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