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I do mainly highway/county road driving and it chews up the front tires fairly bad after I installed the lift. Do any of you know of a way to get rid of the negative camber that the lifts add?
 

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Aftermarket a-arms. Super ATV has them and they are reasonable. The top ball joint is adjustable to correct the camber. I know they have the ones that put the wheels forward 1.5" call them to check on other options.
 

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I modified a set of front upper A-arms to make them caster and camper ajustable. If interested I'll see if I still have pics on camera.
 

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Yep, super atv has them and if you dont want the 1.5" ofrward, I think American star has them for stock as well.
 

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Yeah man I'd love to see the pics of them modified, Super atv ones would be worth it cause tires are expensive LOL!
 

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Send me your address and I can send it to you. I don't see where I can post the pic unless its on the net. I have it on my puter but not the net.
 

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I don't see any reason they won't hold up as I used 1/2" rod. I just did it last week and only put about 10 miles on it this last weekend with no problems. Most all the pressure is on the outer end of the A-arm from shock out to ball joint and thats not changed in any way.
 
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