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axle allignment specs

Hello all, I am trying to find axle allignment specs for a 79 ford f250 4x4.
I had removed the axles to re bush the springs and shackles. I just need to know the axles are true and strait. the truck dances around at higher speeds. the front was alligned when i put new tires on it. i asked to have them check the axle allignment at that time . they told me it was fine but some how i don't believe them. any help would be greatful. thanks, Beau
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