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Old 04-25-2012, 03:47 PM   #4
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Old 04-25-2012, 07:30 PM   #6
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Finishing my ome lift this weekend. What numbers do I need to shoot for on alignment?
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Finishing my ome lift this weekend. What numbers do I need to shoot for on alignment?
IIRC, the OPs numbers are pretty much what you should shoot for. Can't find the specific thread(s) right now though.
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Old 04-25-2012, 11:32 PM   #12
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OP , what coils did you use , and what is your measurement hub to underside of fender up front ?

Did you install your LR UCA's in the neutral ( SPC logo facing out ) setting ?
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OP , what coils did you use , and what is your measurement hub to underside of fender up front ?

Did you install your LR UCA's in the neutral ( SPC logo facing out ) setting ?


885's with trim packer only. Front measures 22 1/2 L&R, Rear 24 1/4 L&R
with full tank. Drivers side is in the neutral (D) position and passenger side
is -1.0* (E) position. Also at this time I have no vibs, did not install the
rear shims or CB drop, waiting for suspension to settle and see what happens.
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Old 04-26-2012, 08:21 AM   #14
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885's with trim packer only. Front measures 22 1/2 L&R, Rear 24 1/4 L&R
with full tank. Drivers side is in the neutral (D) position and passenger side
is -1.0* (E) position. Also at this time I have no vibs, did not install the
rear shims or CB drop, waiting for suspension to settle and see what happens.
Interesting

Why the different BJ settings , side to side ?

FWIW , your hub to fender measurements are pretty much identical to what I got when I installed the same set up on my DCLB
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The op numbers would be a good set to shoot for?
I am doing 5100s, 885's and light racing UCA's next week
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Old 04-26-2012, 01:28 PM   #16
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Interesting

Why the different BJ settings , side to side ?

FWIW , your hub to fender measurements are pretty much identical to what I got when I installed the same set up on my DCLB

The technician told me that there was not enough adjustment left in the
LCA to get caster even with drivers side. So he took 1* out with UCA and
then dialed it up to match drivers side. Good thing they are adjustable.
OZ-T do you think there is something wrong???
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Old 04-26-2012, 01:46 PM   #17
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The technician told me that there was not enough adjustment left in the
LCA to get caster even with drivers side. So he took 1* out with UCA and
then dialed it up to match drivers side. Good thing they are adjustable.
OZ-T do you think there is something wrong???
Your alignment numbers are great , I was just curious to the reasoning for the two different settings , not saying there is an issue with it .

You are lucky to find a tech that knows how to adjust the LR UCA's , it seems most have no clue .

Truck looks great .
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Old 04-26-2012, 01:49 PM   #18
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Yeah those numbers are awesome. Be nice to that tire guy cause he knows what he is doing.
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Your alignment numbers are great , I was just curious to the reasoning for the two different settings , not saying there is an issue with it .

You are lucky to find a tech that knows how to adjust the LR UCA's , it seems most have no clue .

Truck looks great .

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