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Old 03-27-2010, 02:32 AM
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alignment situation

so after putting my 2 in leveling kit on i took the truck to a reputable off road/diesel shop to have it aligned. after sitting at the shop for 3 hrs!!! im told that i need a eccentric ball joint kit for them to even be capable of aligning it. anyone else hear of this?
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Old 03-27-2010, 02:47 PM
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anybody at all?
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2wd or 4x4..?
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Old 03-29-2010, 06:48 AM
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I've heard of it yea but they don't need them to set toe but if for any reason camber or caster is off then yea you will need them
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its 2wd. so i plan on lifting the truck 4-5 inches. so im going to need one of these things then i guess as well? anyone know if 250 is what they normally run?
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You will need caster/camber adjusters like the ones i used
from MOOG K80109
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I had to get what Dutch01 got to get mine to align correctly.
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You'll need those for camber/caster adjustments, but not toe adjustments.
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Got my 2" Leveling Kit installed a month or two ago on my 2WD, and it seems like my tires are wearing more on the outside edge. Plus it looks like my front wheels are bowed in at the bottom (Notice my pics in my gallary). Will the MOOG K80109 fix this problem?
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You will need caster/camber adjusters like the ones i used
from MOOG K80109
Do you have pictures of these on your truck? I was told these (MOOG K80109) only work on a Dana 35 front end. Is that what the 99 F250 has? I am re doing my whole front end plus a leveling mini pack kit and when I go to get it aligned I want to make sure I have every thing ready to go. Thanks!
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