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Old 02-28-2010, 05:22 PM
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adjustable camber bushings

im doing a add a leaf on my F-250 real soon. i already flipped my factory camber bushings around so it gave me more negative camber, so when i put the springs in, itll pull them straight, but im worried itll pull them too much, and give me positive camber.

whos put the adjustable camber bushings in? the superlift 1119's.


i already jacked the truck up 2 inches (measured from fender lip to ground) and the wheels seemed to sit pretty straight. what do you guys think?


right now i have 2* negative camber at current stock ride height. the 1119's will only give me -2.75*. do i need to shell our the extra $80 for that extra 3/4 of a degree of camber?

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Old 03-07-2010, 06:34 PM
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well i put the lift on. the truck now sits id say about 1* positive camber, but im sure the springs will settle down a lil bit.

i dont know why people complain about front add a leafs.....i think my truck rides BETTER now.
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Old 03-08-2010, 03:54 PM
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Yoy don't need any correction with a add-a-leaf if it was correct before.

Ride better..less movement for your old shocks to control..
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