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    Look for advise based on my alignment sheet

    Well hit a curb trying to avoid a accident and trying to see if I should worry about the spec or just leave it alone

    The front axle is a Dana 30 trussed
    no c gussets
    With arb and aftermarket shafts and 5.13s

    Rear is Danna 44 shafts and arb 5.13

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    Just trying to see if u should build the spare Dana 30 I have with the works and swap my internals over to the spare housing or just keep wheeling it and leave it alone






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    Camber is out almost 2 deg. I would check ball joints and unit bearings first but it kinda looks like C's could be bent. Caster is out a bit too. How much lift? Do you have adjust control arms?


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    Look for advise based on my alignment sheet

    3 inch lift but sitting at about 2.5 inches of lift with bumpers and all I do have aftermarket front lower control arms but non adjustable


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    Any one else


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    Quote Originally Posted by 13jkdune View Post
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    What else do you need? Someone already told you what to do.


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    Look for advise based on my alignment sheet

    I had a similar instance, someone merged into my lane really fast without seeing me, we hit her rear quarter panel to my front wheel and it threw the Jeep up and over the curb. I bent the Dana 30 tube at the long side, had almost 2 degrees of camber. Her insurance gave me almost $3500 and I used it for a Prorock 44 with some cash on my end.

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    Just look at all options and see if I’m missing any thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by 13jkdune View Post
    Just look at all options and see if I’m missing any thanks


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    Post #2 is spot on. Camber isn't adjustable, so since it is not correct, you either have worn ball joints, worn wheel bearings, or a bent housing. Those are your only 3 options for your camber angle.

    PS: 4th option: The alignment tech is a fucking idiot and didn't hook up the heads correctly on the wheels. Rare, because the computer won't usually continue if those aren't hooked up correctly.
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    Why didn't they fix your toe? That's easy to fix

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