Perfectly aligned (to Factory Specs)
Drive forward and park, stand in front of the truck and the truck's front tires are Vertical.
Drive in reverse and park it, stand in front of the truck the front tires pitch in at the top. why does this happen?
So this is a normal by-product?
Just wondering since I've spent $ on IFS cam-lobed shims because the new springs could not let the IFS sway arms allign properly.
It goes down the road straight, no bump-steer or pulling.. Very nice ride, just looks "disappointing" when I look at it after backing it into it's spot in the garage....
I couldn't figure out what you were talking about, because I have never seen that on Darth, must be a TTB quirk.
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Darth Vader 1986 F-350 460 converted to MAF/SEFI, E4OD 12X3 1/2 rear brakes, traction loc 3:55 gear, 160 amp 3G alternator
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