Originally Posted by CheapThrillB2
"stock" is around 5 degrees positive......on any/all of my trucks that I have run high pinions I have always had good luck with caster, by setting the pinion close to dead horizontal. Pinion angle on a front high pinion isn't as much a concern as on a lo pinion or a rear axle pinion setting. Unless of course your gonna be stupid BDMT tall with it.
Definitely not BDMT tall, it will have about 4-6" of suspension lift from the factory f250 ride height. I have as little "lift" as possible while still clearing all links, and axle, and steering components.
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