. Any thoughts on the differences on the number of shims used for each side? normal or bent frame?
It could be bent ...(It could be a bent arm or spindle too..) It could be bent from the factory too ...How you ask ?.... Frames at stacked on top of each other at the factory if you get one that was on the bottom they can be on the far side of spec...In my time in the trenches have come across lots of frames that where off..But know one would ever know but a mechanic do to the fact it drives straight ..New American truck frames are WAY off ...They shim the body set the alignment and ship it ..If it will not align right the factory has this "hydraulic monster" that grabs the frame and bends it to spec.. ..
If it drives straight and does not eat tires run it ...
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