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Hey guys I’m new on here and i have a crew cab nnbs and it has 2” spindles and 3” drop springs what can i do to get it aligned they told me the weren’t able to do it i believe he said it had a -2* thanks in advance
Belltech has 2 degree offset bushings for the upper control arms and a 1 degree cam plate kit. I had to use both at 6" drop up front

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Hey guys I’m new on here and i have a crew cab nnbs and it has 2” spindles and 3” drop springs what can i do to get it aligned they told me the weren’t able to do it i believe he said it had a -2* thanks in advance
Check out belltech, they make a camber kit that is good for 3.5* iirc. It includes 2* offset bushings to press into your uca and 1-1.5* camber plates that go on the mounting bolt. For those you have to extend the slot on your frame ears.

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Belltech has 2 degree offset bushings for the upper control arms and a 1 degree cam plate kit. I had to use both at 6" drop up front

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Can i use both just in case i ever want to go 6
 

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maxh

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Wow it’s been awhile since I hit the forums... catch me on IG @maxh15

Nonetheless need new wheels tires. 20” max- need the sidewall

Are snowflakes and style 44 the same? I can’t remember.

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maxh

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Alright quick question. so the best shop i found for tubs is charging 450 for front tubs and around 600 for rear tubs, so thats like a $1000 investment. Im a college student, broke as fuck, barely making a living, paying rent/bills, etc. all that crap, so im like shit i cant afford that haha. I took my wheel liners out up front, and i was planning on doing the cut outs for the rear tubs, and using the wheel liners (trimming and fitting them) to cover up the cut outs on the rears, holding them in place with screws or something. The wheel liners that i took out basically have the same shape as tubs too. Never seen this before, i probably sound stupid as hell, and itll probably look ghetto. Is this a bad idea? cant afford tubs so im prioritizing the cheaper way haha.

Cut a square out of the top of your front inner fenders - youll gain a little shy of an inch. In the rear, heat and hammer out the step in the wheel well. This is what I did before I tubbed the rear.