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  1. decableguy2000

    decableguy2000 Well-Known Member

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    Getting some time off with decent weather. Fought the toe knuckle bearings in last weekend, Was able to get the rear suspension in yesterday. Going to try to get the front in today. Steeda progressives, FP shocks, Steeda subframe braces, and alignment pins, and a set of Power stop pads. 20200328_113353[1].jpg 20200328_191744[1].jpg
     
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    Front end done today went a lot faster than the rear. Ended up with way t much toe out. couldn't hardly take a mile or 2 down the road. Re-centered the camber plates and tweeked the bumpsteers to get the toe have way decent to get to alignment shop. 20200329_122613[1].jpg 20200329_183704[1].jpg
     
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    Looking good! I had a ton of toe out when I did mine, too; had to fiddle with it to even get it halfway driveable.
     
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    Looks sharp, let us know how that combo drives :beer:
     
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