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Which camber degree bushing should I after 2" leveling block install

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Hello, just wondering what degree camber I should get after I install 2" leveling kits (the block in the front) with new stock ride coil springs. Thanks
 


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Hello, just wondering what degree camber I should get after I install 2" leveling kits (the block in the front) with new stock ride coil springs. Thanks
The biggest you can find "might" be enough. I think you can get adjustable bushings up to about 4 or 4 1/2 degrees. Check Rock Auto. I assume you're talking about a TIB or TTB front suspension.
 

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It's just about impossible to answer that question without putting the truck on an alignment rack. Find an alignment shop you trust and have them deal with it... the '88 you have listed in your signature will have a Dana 28 front axle so that will limit you to 2.5 degrees, I think, the Dana 35 in later trucks has higher degree bushings available.

I don't farm out much work on my vehicles to other people but TTB alignments are probably the one big exception. It's worth the $100-200 and a few hours to know that it's in spec instead of guessing.
 

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Yea I forgot what degree camber I have in it now, it's been 14+ years when I put my lift in my truck. I'm lower the lift in it now to 2" from I think 4" (again it's been well over a decade). I'll pick up a 2 degree and a 2.5 degree and will let firestone figure it out. Alignments are on of the few things that I farm out when it comes to my vehicles. Everything else I do myself.
 

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