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i got a 2000 sierra NBS with a 4/6 drop-chassistech(ugh. i know) and i am having problems getting the caster and camber during alignment. the stock pins only go so far and then start to roll back over. if anybody knows where i can purchase different pins or anything i can do, please let me know.
 

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fullthrottledan said:
i got a 2000 sierra NBS with a 4/6 drop-chassistech(ugh. i know) and i am having problems getting the caster and camber during alignment. the stock pins only go so far and then start to roll back over. if anybody knows where i can purchase different pins or anything i can do, please let me know.
I'm real good friends with a dealership out here and they set up my alignment and couldn't nail it. It was like 1.14 degrees off at its max point... the pass tire would get closer to 0 but the drivers wouldn't. I dont notice any problems with tire wear, cept for my backs which is from similar shit to your sig :mexsmoke: I got the same drop u do, if u did spindles springs and flip kit. Watch your brackets in the back if u whale on your truck... check my pix out in postings on front spindles. Not sure if they make clips but i'd like em if they do cuz i'm goin lower. Help us out fellas!!!!
 

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the closest i got mine was 1.14 degrees on the passengers side and 2.0 degrees on the drivers side. i drove 300 miles on the tires and my friend said that i put about 5000 miles on them.. i figured "what the heck, its only $900 worth of tires." lol, atleast i am wearing the back tires evenly with the front.
 

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the closest i got mine was 1.14 degrees on the passengers side and 2.0 degrees on the drivers side. i drove 300 miles on the tires and my friend said that i put about 5000 miles on them.. i figured "what the heck, its only $900 worth of tires." lol, atleast i am wearing the back tires evenly with the front.
25,000 on the truck and i'm on my third set of backs... and they're almost bald. Wooops
 
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