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One or both steering arms bent

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After double checking the design, it makes no difference if your truck is 2 or 4 wheel drive. There is an eccentric bushing located between the upper ball joint and the top section of the front axle. You can adjust the camber [inward to outward tilt] of each wheel by removing the upper ball joint from the axle and rotating that bushing. Make sure there is no play in either of the ball joints on each wheel. Replace any worn ball joint, before adjusting the eccentric bushing. The link below shows what an eccentric bushing looks like, although the linked item is not specifically for your truck. See

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2. You can jack up the front end up and go from the bottom of the van. Your going to also need to use extension and a swivel with the ratchet and have to work by feeling your way around.

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Follow the instructions in revers to connect the bog bone once again and be safe, better that you have someone help you tilt the engine if your going to do the #1 method.

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