- May 20, 2015
- Reaction score
- South East PA
- Vehicle Year
- Make / Model
- Engine Type
- 4.0 V6
- Engine Size
- 2WD / 4WD
- Total Lift
- stock, may get leveling springs in front "somday"
- Tire Size
This is confusing, you took it back, they told you to camber was off, you already know this, and they're telling you it's off and they're not going to make an attempt to change it???OK, i took it back to Kaufmann, they said the camber was off pretty bad. Im gonna put camber bolts on and take it back. Camber kits range from $10-30, is there any difference other than range of adjustment? -from rockauto probably.
Soooo apparently what I should have asked was - if you have an alignment done by three people, will you get three different answers. Evidently yes.
Go somewhere else, they want you to do their job for them, or do you want to do their job for them?
They are called camber bushings, Is your truck lifted? If not you probably have sagging springs.
Just about any parts store sells them or has them in stock somewhere.
Here's a picture of the left side of my truck (driver's side)
The evil player in all this is that bolt called a pinch bolt The originals were 12 point head in a recess.
Once the bolt is loose a small chisel or wedge type object driven in the clamp loosens the camber bushing and it can almost be turned by hand.