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    ibeam mods too correct camber after lowering ( w/ pics )

    This is really a discussion on how to fix camber on i-beam trucks. Unfortunately there are no upper control arms, I wish there was because you have found a cool solution it sounds like.
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    91 Ranger bodied 5.3 ls swap

    just so dope, no other words. Sick man!
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    ibeam mods too correct camber after lowering ( w/ pics )

    Gotcha, I plan on pie cutting my DJM dream beams at the end and adding camber and pulling about 1/2" out of track on each side. I essentially want to be in spec on camber another 2" lower and then have 4-5" to air out the rest of the way. I see what you are saying, if I dont work with the tie...
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    ibeam mods too correct camber after lowering ( w/ pics )

    I have Ricks tie rod notches going in the frame and then doing the Ricks bag mounts up front too. I love the smooth ride and adjustability with air ride when done right.
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    ibeam mods too correct camber after lowering ( w/ pics )

    I already have drop beams, I am wanting to do this to add positive camber and narrow the track width as much as I can. For that I think it may be the ticket.
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    ibeam mods too correct camber after lowering ( w/ pics )

    An updates on this? If it worked I am going to do the same thing. I need 1.5-2"" narrower track and a way to set camber better.
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    ibeam mods too correct camber after lowering ( w/ pics )

    the question really is how much can you pull the beam inward before you get a bind on the radius arm at rest or travel? They have a fairly forgiving bushing since they dont travel straight up and down. My thought is this would pull on it at rest and cause more wear as it moves and is further out...
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    91 Ranger bodied 5.3 ls swap

    So dope, the whole thing is so clean and well done. Super sick bud.
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    Photos of different wheel/tire sizes on stock and lowered 2WD's

    front and rear rubbed and had to cut to fit. I do like a lip on my wheels, I dont care for a FWD flat faced look personally so it was worth it to me.
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    Photos of different wheel/tire sizes on stock and lowered 2WD's

    20x8.5" , offset is 0 which is too much so they rub the fenders....the fender lips are being but away to make clearance.
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    Photos of different wheel/tire sizes on stock and lowered 2WD's

    Eagle 212s, 18" front and 20" rear.... DJM kit and trimmed fender lips. Going on air next.
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    91 Ranger bodied 5.3 ls swap

    I just saw this build. I am building an 88 ranger GT and I am digging this. I dont have a shop at home which sucks, and with 7 cars/trucks in the driveway I dont have much room. (Yeah my fancy HOA loves me). Thanks for so many pics, you answered questions with them alone and will help me...
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    I beam to A arm swap

    Any more pics of the 4 link? I have ricks rangerz parts to bag my beams too, did you pie cut your beams to help with camber any?
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    First Gen audio

    I'm in the midst of a full on truck build on an 88 GT, but the stereo stuff is bought and sitting awaiting its turn. I am using old school gear to be fairly era correct, other than source unit. I have a new Alpine single DIN so I can Bluetooth and stream, but then I have an Alpine 3554 amp, an...
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    F350 dually, dropped and big wheels

    As Ford guys I thought you all might like my "other' vehicle. Its a 2011 F350 dually with the 6.7L diesel. SO far it is lowered with dream beams and flip kit, air bagged rear on the leafs with 2 compressors, a 5g tank and everything to make it remote on the road when pulling a load. It has 24"...

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