Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: placerville, ca
The caster stayed the same. Thats the advantage of doing it that way, but time will tell if it puts to much stress on the frame? I only drove it once and at first was discourged. Im hopefull that the tie rod flip will correct it. I have to drill out the tapered holes in the knockle to 3/4" and put in the new inserts so the taper is on the top of the knuckle. then flip the tie rod to the top.It looks like ill have to drill out the tie rod where the drag link connects and the stering stablizer. so i need 4 inserts. the inserts are $9 each, if you dont have a 3/4 drill bit its another $38. If this doesnt correct it then i can get a high steer Knuckle for a little under $400 ,yikes!
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Last edited by bigsquat; 10-30-2008 at 09:47 PM.