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Unread 06-27-2011, 02:53 AM   #1
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Help needed. jeep Front end. camber problem

i got into a wreck with my jeep and cant seem to figure out why my front driver side tires camber is way off i used to sit out give or take 2" from my flares the top of the tire is now entirely under the flare. i also bent a 4 link mount on the axle. and the passenger side upper arm before the wreck any help or ideas would be great i will get pictures if i know what to take them of. i guess im just hopping its not the inner steering knuckle that needs to be replaced and maybe just ball joints....."the upper ball joint is currently fixed while the lower in movable not sure if that's correct.

and side note is the rear track bar adjustable to re center my axle?

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