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    now this is where i have them on the upper control arm
    i have tried to put some pointers in big it mad the file too big
    do see what i am lookin at
    the bolt on the sides of the upper control arm
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    I GOT PAYED!!!

    next week providing i get my tires she is getting droped
    ya i know its winter and there is snow
    but i cannot wait
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    The pic you showed is of a 2wd. I was talking about a 4x4. Camber changes on a 2wd can be completely avoided until you drop it past like 5".
    I like my trucks like I like my women; WHITE & SHAVED!

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    i know is was for a 2wd
    i am hust try to describle what i got that i can adjust the camber a bit with
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    Well I have a 84 4x4 blazer and I don't have those. If you do, play with them, see what they do and tell me!
    I like my trucks like I like my women; WHITE & SHAVED!

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    alright
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