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Rocky 2 had a thread on the subject, if you want to get flamed you can search for it or if I can get my fat arse away from the TV I'll try to find it for ya.

 

All I came up with was his reference here but no post:

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Essentially, just buy a die grinder and slot the upper hole towards the strut tube. You won't need much, maybe 1/4-3/8" before you will lock the spindle to the strut tube and can go no further with the adjustment. I slotted mine WAY more than I needed, by about 3/8", but it doesn't really make a difference as I am locked to the strut tube and the bolt hasn't moved on me yet.

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Ok NPORA family, dusting this thread off to show that I DID try to research my issue before posting a new thread, but I still would like more current input from the pro's on here.

The pic is kind of hard to tell, but my passenger side has developed a slight negative camber. It occurred after an off road adventure awhile back.
Another issue worth noting is that when I took the front spacers off and drove it, the steering became increasingly erratic. Very much like the lower ball joint not being intact causing random pull. With the spacers on, this specific issue is not a concern.
Not sure why the spacers matter with this issue.
The steering has become more loose overall and has a slight "wiggle" in the steering wheel, hence why I'm doing a complete steering/suspension overhaul of original parts.

To the question at hand, based on your experience do you think I bent my strut when wheeling?
Are there any other things that I should consider before forking out for a new strut assembly.
And since I will already be doing a complete overhaul of the entire front suspension already. Are there any brands that would be better than others for replacement parts?

Thanks in advance for any insight provided!ac5c5d103d1cae4cd2ee835d20e004ad.jpg

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Ok NPORA family, dusting this thread off to show that I DID try to research my issue before posting a new thread, but I still would like more current input from the pro's on here.

The pic is kind of hard to tell, but my passenger side has developed a slight negative camber. It occurred after an off road adventure awhile back.
Another issue worth noting is that when I took the front spacers off and drove it, the steering became increasingly erratic. Very much like the lower ball joint not being intact causing random pull. With the spacers on, this specific issue is not a concern.
Not sure why the spacers matter with this issue.
The steering has become more loose overall and has a slight "wiggle" in the steering wheel, hence why I'm doing a complete steering/suspension overhaul of original parts.

To the question at hand, based on your experience do you think I bent my strut when wheeling?
Are there any other things that I should consider before forking out for a new strut assembly.
And since I will already be doing a complete overhaul of the entire front suspension already. Are there any brands that would be better than others for replacement parts?

Thanks in advance for any insight provided!ac5c5d103d1cae4cd2ee835d20e004ad.jpg

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Do you have ironman springs?


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Lol, naw but I guess it may be helpful to add in my setup for additional insight.

Rancho 5000 strut w/ OME HD lift springs.

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Lol, naw but I guess it may be helpful to add in my setup for additional insight.

Rancho 5000 strut w/ OME HD lift springs.

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Do you have cam bolts? Maybe it loosened and the cam moved?


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