Can it Really be a Bent Front Axle Housing?
So the other day, when I went to get my new MTR's mounted and an alignment done (I have lifetime free at Firestone) after I added 1" spacers, the tech told me I most likely have a bent housing due to the camber being off by -1.3* passenger and -.96* driver's. Making the tops of the tires viewed straight on like this: / \
I've been researching this for the last few days, and I think they didn't check everything out as they should. When I bought it last year, the tires had over 30k mi. and no abnormal wear. I had an alignment check at the same place a year ago when I got some replacement 265's and checked out fine then. I have babied it the few times I wheeled it, never was never in a crash or jumped it. They swear they checked ball joints, but I'm thinking that's the problem.
So, how can I get it checked for trueness? Or, should I just go ahead and get the ball joints and see how it is 1st before proceeding?
New Toy: 2005 Rubihara #111 of 1000
Wife's: 2005 Liberty CRD
2.5"lift, Rock Lizard rock rails, Front True Trac, Rear Powertrax N0-Slip locker, & 31" Duratracs on 15x7 rock crawler rims
Tow Rig: 2003 Silver Reg. Cab Dodge 2500 2wd
5.9 Cummins (lots of mods) dyno proven 550+rwhp