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Old 08-28-2012, 12:50 PM   #1
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dog traking after lift and tires

so ever since my 3" lift and 35s ive noticed and was told i wad dog tracking some. what could be causing this?? ive heard something about needing new track bars? whats your thought?

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Sounds like your axles are no longer centered.
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so ever since my 3" lift and 35s ive noticed and was told i wad dog tracking some. what could be causing this?? ive heard something about needing new track bars? whats your thought?
adjustable trackbars? adjustable control arms?

Sounds like its the caster angle...
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Hate to sound like a real JERK, but what did you expect? Mess with the running gear and you better go and get a full, 4 wheel alignment.
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Old 08-28-2012, 07:39 PM   #7
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I wad dog traking too, but it fixeed.

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