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1986 F250 Alignment

So I am having fits with my 86 wanting to wonder going down the road. (it is 2wd)

Everything in the front end is tight. Ive changed one tie rod and adjusted the box. It is toed in 3/16"

It is an f250 light duty, so I put f350 springs under it. I think since the rear is higher it changed the angle of the king pins. I know on the straight axles, that if you shim them and roll king pins back that it handles a lot better. I don't know how that is supposed to be done on the Twin I axles?
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