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Old 04-15-2013, 05:20 AM
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Where around Dallas should I take my truck for an alignment?

It has new Mickey T. 37 13.5's Tires and Dr Icon 6.5" lift.

Is there anything I can ask for to ensure it tracks true and doesn't wander all over the highway?

Denny
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Old 04-15-2013, 05:36 AM
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I'm sure there's a place in dfw, but if not mosleys here in Shreveport/bossier specializes in lifted and lowered trucks. They do good work.
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I'm sure there's a place in dfw, but if not mosleys here in Shreveport/bossier specializes in lifted and lowered trucks. They do good work.
I'm mainly wondering what options to ask for, 1 or 2 deg. caster or camber toe in toe out or what to do to make it track the best it can.

May tackle the ball joints and tie rod ends since i already have the Bilstein dual Steering Stab.

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Old 04-15-2013, 06:57 AM
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Oh, I have no idea. I leave that stuff up to the alignment shop.
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I politely borrowed this from another site, I think it answers what your looking for. Its about half way down in the thread.

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