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Old 02-12-2011, 08:36 AM
RMZpilot RMZpilot is offline
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Default iBeam alignments - leveling

1990 Ranger

Picked up some coil springs that are 2" longer. I had read so far is that these will bolt in, get it aligned and it should be fine as far as brake line length, alignment etc...

I call a couple places to get it done, one tells me I need new brake lines, pitmanarm, camber kit and the other tells me "there is no camber adjustment on ibeam rangers". You cant adjust camber on ibeam rangers? Im guessing the guy that said there is no camber adjustment is plain wrong.

Could somebody shed some light on this. Whats the best way to get the front end on this little thing up a little? Im not looking to run 33s, 29" is the tire height Im looking at.
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Old 02-12-2011, 08:54 AM
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Default Re: iBeam alignments - leveling

you may need to mess with the brake lines a bit depends each one is diff, as for camber BS go to napa and get some camber eccentrics, and I dont see why you would need a new pitman arm. I suggest a diff shop then the 2 you asked. You may bot be able to get it "perfect" but just keep a eye on it
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