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Unread 09-20-2016, 10:26 AM   #41
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OK, I'll revive this thread again.

Out of the box and onto the truck, I set my SPC LR UCAs at position "D" and have some ridiculously positive camber with my 2" lift, even when shifting the ball joint assembly towards the engine. I haven't had a chance to play around with them much, but will moving them to E, F or G reduce some of that camber?
Adjusting the UCA piece will only adjust your caster, have you not taken your vehicle to get aligned? They would adjust the lower control arms to adjust camber.

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OK, I'll revive this thread again.

Out of the box and onto the truck, I set my SPC LR UCAs at position "D" and have some ridiculously positive camber with my 2" lift, even when shifting the ball joint assembly towards the engine. I haven't had a chance to play around with them much, but will moving them to E, F or G reduce some of that camber?
See my post in the 4th gen T4R forum. Almost certain you have the ball joint plate 180 degrees wrong. I did the same thing initially, with exactly the same results.

(And yes, moving the setting to E, F, or G will reduce the camber, but that's not how to solve this issue.)
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