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Old May 8th, 2011, 05:56 PM
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Where to get em? how do they work? What all do I need and should I install them or have the alignment shop do it. I hate ttb
Bronco graveyard has adjustable ones. I hate ttb
Advanced has 'adjustable ones' but they have smaller degree ranges. I hate ttb
I don't trust buying from ebay, seems people know less about their products than me. I hate ttb.
Did I mention I hate ttb?
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Just swap in a dana 44 and all your TTB issues will go away!

Alignment bushings help correct camber and depending on application (lifted trucks) can also improve caster angle. If your truck is stock, just replace with stock ones from the dealer or autoparts store like autozone or something.

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whenever i needed some i just went to the local oldschool alignment shop, we have a guy here in town that works on a good majority of the ttb trucks... check some alignment shops...


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These ttb trucks are all over the place, not many people really take care of them or lift them though.
As for a dana 44.. I wish but thats waiting until after college and then it's dana 60's. FTW.
And I'm putting in the leveling coils being sold by uhh.. whitesleeper.
Gunna try to get em in and aligned good, if not then chalk it up to an experience and sell em to the next sucker.

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