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  1. I haven’t taken it to get an alignment yet. When I drove it after I was done, it drove just as straight as from the factory, it just has negative camber. And if I’m not mistaken, these trucks can handle 7” of drop in the rear without requiring a notch. I will say that it hasn’t bottomed out and I haven’t felt any hard jarring or slamming as if the rear end was trying to get shoved back. And yes, this is the rough country kit with strut relocation.
  2. I have been looking at some camber correction uppers. Will probably get some when I get my 2” spindles
  3. Just lowered my truck and I have a few questions.. With the Rough Country 2/4 kit, it comes with a flip kit and lift hangers.. I opted to not install the hangers and go with the full drop of a flip kit. Will my pinion angles be off since the kit is advertised as a 4” rear drop and I went 7”? Also the front drop consisted of a strut relocation bracket. Also included were camber plates. My question is, are these necessary for alignment? I didn’t have time to put them on and I am wondering if my truck will hold an alignment without those plates. I attached before and after pics. Better pictures to come and also 2” spindles coming soon! It sits 1 3/8” higher in the front now This is with the factory block removedThis is after I did the strut relocation and 7” flip kit
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