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Old 02-21-2009, 19:58   #1 (permalink)
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help the newbie please!! front end camber?

hi all

just bought a nice running 1980 f250 (4x4, 4sp, 300/6) and I have a question.

truck runs great, shifts fine, transfer case seems fine etc, but when I back up then park the front camber is way out ( top in). there is also some type of gear bit that seems to back out of it's place. when I drive forward again all seems to return to normal.

I am setting off tomorrow morning on a hard 1600 mile roadtrip to mexico and I have no idea if this is normal or my truck needs big time work.

please excuse my ignorance. I don't seem to be able to attach an image but I can email anyone the pic of the front end piece.

help!

thanks

lucas
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