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I have a 93 Ford F-250 that had a sagging front end from being used as a plow truck. I threw in a Rough Country Add-A-Leaf, which leveled the truck out nicely. The problem now is it has a fair amount of positive camber, enough that it is visibly noticable. when I bought the kit from JCWhitney I was told it would not need any correction. I took it to the alignment shop and they wanted to replace the tie rod ends and put in new Camber bushings. I would like to do most of the work myself, and just have the shop align it when I am done. Does anyone know where I can get the adjustable camber bushings for a decent price? I am replacing tie rod ends now and will be getting to the bushings next. Anyone done this before and have any tips or know where to get the bushings?
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thast the bad thing about the dana50TTB front axle found under the f-250s.... they are really only good on a stock springs, adding an add-a-leaf or a lift kit using that axle usally ends with bad results.
 
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