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i would like to reduce the amount of negative camber i have in my front end. it is a dana 50 on my 97 f250. can i do this myself and how, or is it a job for the alignment shop? i don't care if its perfect i would just like to reduce the amount of camber on both front wheels...
 

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You might be able to do this yourself, but an alignment shop would be able to do it much faster IMHO, because they will have all the tools and measuring instruments required!
 

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you can buy a camber shim it goes in the top balljoint turn it till it lines the tire straight up and down or untill the walble goes away. i had to add them after i lifted my d50 with bigger tires it easier
 
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