If you’re not experiencing any tire wear issues you’ll just need the toe checked.
Thanks, have been watching those quite a bit lately. I like to research a repair thoroughly before diving in.YouTube, search toe alignment: Many hits
I had my camber bolts seize up and had to fight to get them out. I was lucky and they finally yielded.Great to hear that WV NATIVE, thanks for the reply.
Taking this one step further, just to learn something today, if camber bolts were frozen in place making a FEA impossible to do would replacing the UAC be an option so camber/caster could be adjusted? Of course, that depends on the pins fitting solidly in place in the bracket so the cam could ride in there. Just saw a video where the bolts seized in the bushing sleeve and had to be cut out. Not a great situation to be in.
Perhaps this is one reason service techs aren't fans of doing a FEA on our trucks. Those MMW arms are superior indeed, for a truck like yours, my truck isn't so worthy. Thanks for sharing your insight, I learned something today.I had my camber bolts seize up and had to fight to get them out. I was lucky and they finally yielded.
If I was forced to cut the bolts I would probably replace the factory upper control arms just to get better bushings. Of course, I greased up the bolts really good before replacing them.
I installed a set of MMW upper control arms and found their bushings to be far superior to the factory ones. I had a clinking sound that I tracked down to the factory bushings and the MMW fixed that problem.