Your Raptor and It's Alignment

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Suspension Discussion and Modification' started by pirate air, Oct 3, 2010.

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  1. BenBB

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    Yes you can, I did the exact same, more like 1/2 turn at a time as any less didn't seem to do anything at all...

    On a side note, anyone ever try aligning it yourself with something like these Tenhulzen plates?:
    https://www.summitracing.com/parts/tnh-3300/overview/
    I think I'll give them a try after the first of the year, with the tires on some 12" vynil tiles I have left over from a bathroom project and a little grease so the tires can move with adjustment. I'll post results in this thread.
     
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    please let us know what you think? Id love to do the alignments myself. It seems now a-days im mostly disappointed by others work on my truck.
    I bought the SPC kit from SDHQ but had no time to install. Also being a new raptor owner i figured i take it on a good off-roading trip to see how the alignment holds with the factory hardware. Then id have something to base the new hardware's holding force to.
     
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    Will do! I also have the SPC cams front and rear, should make adjustment easier as I can loosen the bolt and turn the nut. Only downside for me is I either have to borrow my neighbor's driveway or bring it to work for a flat, smooth work space as my driveway is sloped and that pebble concrete shit.
     
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    Parking on two pieces of linoleum/vinyl floor tiles (with grease between them) is a great idea. Should help decrease the resistance while making adjustments!
     

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