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Old 11-07-2006, 05:47 PM
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Question Front end specs ?????

I have a '99 250SD 2WD w/7.3/crew/longbed. This truck has had front end damage from some time in it's past where the frame was bent and both front I-beams were also bent. The vehicle had a 4 plus negative camber problem. I have had the frame straightened out and the I-beams replaced by the body shop and when I took it to the front end shop to get the alignment, I still ave a 4 plus negative camber situation. The front end shop here is the best in the area and they are not sure as to exactly what is causing this situation. They are tying to find some specs that they can measure to find the cause rather than just start replacing parts. Is there some type of diagram or spec sheet somewhere that we can access for measurements to diagnose this situation ??
I know that if there is, the guys on this site will know, thanks for any help.
Danny
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