Question about 1996 Ford F350 Crew Cab
My 2001 f350 2 wheel drive front tires lean in at the top i have replaced all the bushings and ball joints and wheel bearings....What elsr could it be
On the 01 there is a camber bushing that goes in the knuckle with the upper ball joint( the factory ones wear out), take it to a alignment shop, specify you want the camber set, and they will be able to provide a shim and install it for you,it only take a couple secs to install, you can turn the aftermarket shim to achieve correct camber.
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