I'm struggling with figuring out what cam does what. I'm so lost and so tired.
Stock suspension, 4x4, DCSB.
Does the front cam change camber more than caster or vice versa? Does it matter if I adjust it by turning the front or rear eccentric on the bolt? The bolt looks slotted so I assume both eccentrics are connected.
What about the rear cam? Effect caster or camber more than the front? Does it matter if adjust it with the front or rear eccentric on the bolt?
It looks like the front cam has a major effect on toe, too. Is this correct?
Here's one example I'm fighting:
I had +2.7* caster on the right. I wanted to bump my camber + a little.Had plenty of caster to spare so I adjusted the rear cam (from the rear, large hex eccentric) 2 notches to push the rear of the arm out and did my caster swing. Now it shows -1.7* caster and I can't get positive caster by moving it or the front at all now. WTF?
The tabs are nice and straight and the eccentrics are fully seated between them.
I don't know if it's because I'm tired or what but I can not get this figured out. I've done a ton of GM and Chrysler alignments but this thing is killing me. They were all adjusted from the upper arm, though, so I don't know. Taking a chase vehicle home to sleep on it for the night.
Huge thanks for any help provided.