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post #1 of 5 Old 04-16-2010, 01:05 PM Thread Starter
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07 F350 2.5 leveling kit with track bar bracket, bringing it in to get aligned and I see some people that have shims available. Do i need these?and what should I have the tech set my caster/camber to?

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You'll want caster cams to get back the caster that you lost by doing the leveling kit.
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ask the alignment guy to set it back to stock specs, that is all.

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I got the Icon kit and it comes with the cams, however, the alignment tech eneded up swapping one of the cams for a different one. He said it was correct for one side, but just a tad off for the other.

So yes, you need them for it to be done right.

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ask the alignment guy to set it back to stock specs, that is all.

It can't be done without the shims..also stock castor is inadequate IMO..
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