I'm going to mark the position of my alignment cams with a paint pen for a quick and easy adjustment. Some people will just put a tack weld on them.I don't have my numbers handy, but I do know my front end is bent. Leading cams are maxed inward to keep camber close but outside of spec iirc. Between alignments I have been struggling to keep the toe reasonable. It's killing my tires. I bought a toe bar to ball park it regularly, but I really need to have my work checked a few times afterwards. A dealer alignment after every wheeling trip isn't my idea of fun.
Showing the width in a photo is really hard at least for a photography newb like myself. My junk is a modest ~84.5" wide at the front outside of tires including a little sidewall bulge. You should be 1.5-2" wider per side maybe between your wheels/tires? If so that's a big truck.
I feel like you speak from experience!You'll go on one trip and hit one big water hole or mud hole. Come back and order glass fenders. Guarantee it.
Or you'll get caught in a rain storm and won't be able to see anything out the sides. Get home and order glass haha
Just measured- I'm also 84.5" from outside of sidewall to outside of sidewall, on the money!My junk is a modest ~84.5" wide at the front outside of tires including a little sidewall bulge. You should be 1.5-2" wider per side maybe between your wheels/tires? If so that's a big truck.
Hey Sean, was this the final or the before shot, could you post the after? I played around with it a bit but didn't find a way to avoid the arm coming in contact.... I had to rotate the coilover to keep the upper arm off the resi hose. Part of the multi-day fun of installing a kit that has no instructions.