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pretty new to the ttb setup. i have a 6in lift on it and now the camber and alignment is going crazy. when i go in reverse the tires toe in drastically. driving forward causes them to toe out. bushings and everything look good. any ideas??"??
 

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Drop pitman arm and set your toe. If you already have the drop pitman then have your toe set.

Your steering angles are forcing your toe to lift/pull down on your suspension. The steering linkage needs to be as horizontal as possible.
 

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My pitman arm has a 4in drop. It would need to be another 3in lower for the linkage to be horizontal and match the pivot points and front axles. Should I just try n find a larger drop pitman or should I change the front linkage? I'm pretty new to the camber and toe issues.
 

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The ttb is gonna do that a little bit anyway but it should'nt be to the extreme. I have a 4 inch lift on my 96 and i have had everything replaced and still cant get it to stop.
 
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