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Old 09-03-2010, 10:21 AM   #1
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Built Right UCA Caster 3.4?

Camber and toe are both 0, caster is 3.4 on both sides. This is what they could get me. Anyone have better luck with the built rights? Also, is this dangerous to my truck for any reason? if the caster is too high, I'll just see some rubbing right?

Also, my CV boots should be fine as long as the fins aren't touching right? I have about 1.75"-2" of lift up front with my leeper coilovers.

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Camber and toe are both 0, caster is 3.4 on both sides. This is what they could get me. Anyone have better luck with the built rights? Also, is this dangerous to my truck for any reason? if the caster is too high, I'll just see some rubbing right?

Also, my CV boots should be fine as long as the fins aren't touching right? I have about 1.75"-2" of lift up front with my leeper coilovers.

Thanks!
I'm having caster issues too. Caster doesn't have effect on tire wear like Toe and Camber does.

My caster is is between 4.8 and 5.0. I wouldn't say its dangerous to have this much caster. Have you had any better luck adjusting your caster since last?
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The rubbing you will experience will be in front on the bumper and fender liner, no need to worry about tire tread wear, just drivability and rubbing.
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