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93 2wd Camber problem with new coils (adjustable bushings didn't solve it)


snclmare

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Have a 93 Ranger (2wd, 2.3L) that I installed new 2.5"-3" coil springs. This threw the camber way off. Even after adjustable camber bushings and an alignment the tires are 3 degrees off.

I think I need radius drop brackets, but I cannot find any for 2.5" in 2wd; only 4wd. Does anyone make these? Do I have any other options to get my camber back to spec?

There does seem to be drop brackets for a 4" lift; however I am running 215/75/15 tires now (with no plans to swap) and am afraid that the truck will look like a roller skate if I go any higher.

Thanks!
 


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daniel3507

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How much lift did you get from them? You shouldnt need drop brackets for 2" of lift. Was there any improvement frombthe camber bushings? Any chance they were not installed correctly?
 


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