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1 1/2" toe in seems a bit much, could do it

Seems like a great place for a "I told you so"

i knew the toe in was to much, the problem is i work 3 jobs and when i got home was to lasy to actually adjust it so my first morning off i fixed it. i had a good feeling thats what was causing from the last time but then again i adjusted it only 1 month ago .But then i rolled the truck, so i guess that could do it.
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wow 3 jobs
butcher ?
baker ?
candlestick maker ?


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wow 3 jobs
butcher ?
baker ?
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homedepot f/t
north american handyman p/t
argyle auto repair p/t
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i lifted a jeep grand cherokee 4 inches for under 60 bucks using stuff you can find in homedepots plumbing department. lol
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Nice.... hows it handle???


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Nice.... hows it handle???
not to bad, lost the sway bars so it eventually rolled but before that good. i built spacers out of 2 inch steel pipe, with flanges on the ends. did the same thing on a dodge dakota but could only lift the front like that back we ordered blocks.
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does any body have any idea what can be causing death wobble (front ened slapping back and forth). i checked all bolts and lugs, brand new ball joints and tie rod ends balanced tires. my alignment is off about 1 1/2 inches toed in. can that be the cause

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