Originally Posted by Clayton1985
Wouldnt mind knowing myself.
Dont know the exact but I think Ive heard 3-5 degrees + caster.
Was your toe off before you added four link? I need to get mine checked as well since lifting and adding 4 link..
The Initial issue was the truck tracked great in a corner but in a straight line it was all over the place.
Steering box... Replaced
Drag link.... Replaced
Ball Joints ... replaced
Addred a Four link and Air bags and when I did so I cranked in 3 degrees of negitive Caster. WOW the truck runs fairly straight still wanders on a straight and flat road.
I have an upgraded Track bar to install this week ( Adjustable) with a upgraded joint at the frame (No rubber) thsi should help with some of the wander.
Shade tree measurements for Camber using a digital level 1 decimal place to the right, Zeroed the level on the axle tube. Next Placed on the left and then right wheels ( measured Vertical deflection) the wheels showed a negitive .7 and .5 measurement. While this doesn't sound like much, I remember from my racing days a half degree of camber did make a big difference. +3 to +5 sounds like a lot, any Ford Mechs on the forum can you confirm?
Toe, Toe did not change when I installed the four link did nto mess withthe tie rod at all during the installation. Plus my installation only gave me about a inch in lilft. If the Caster is set correctly you should not get any toe change.