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    Brian
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    Outside tire wear

    Sorry, I haven't done much searching... Mostly because I can't figure out how on my phone on Tapatalk.....

    But,

    I just picked up a '94 F150 with a 2" lift.

    I know the TTB naturally wears the outters of the tires, but the lift seems to have exagerated it.

    Is there any remedy for this? Aside from going back to stock height?

    Thanks

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    Junior Member patrick@bajakits's Avatar
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    Patrick
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    Your camber is exaggerated more towards the positive side it sounds. When you lift, it completely throws off the geometry of the vehicle, even more so if you don't add in uniball UCA's/LCA's with the added height 2-3" of height.

    Your suspension is staying in the same spot, where as your body is lifted.

    I recommend sourcing out some Uniball UCA's, getting your truck realigned, getting some adjustable caster camber bushings, and then going from there.
    Patrick
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