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Brian Hinojosa

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  1. What’s the best way to contact you? I would like to send you videos of how’ everything was installed
  2. What’s your number so l could send you the videos l took?
  3. I’ll go back to shop, l was thinking about probably they didn’t put a right bushing in or something. This is a picture after the shop installed the kit before getting the alignment done
  4. l recently purchased a 2014 single cab silverado truck with 2” inch spindles and springs with a flip kit that made it into a 4/6 drop. I wanted to fix my camber problem, so l was recommended these kit from beltech. The beltech part number is #4957. I had a shop put the part on and, I brought it to an alignment place and they said that they couldn’t put my wheels straight and my eccentrics where already maxed out. Any thoughts of how l could fix this problem? Picture shows how my truck is right now.
  5. Will this work with the stock control arms? I have 2’ drop springs and spindles that make it into a 4’.
  6. I have a 2014 single cab with a 4” drop in the front. The wheel setup is 20”s with a 275/55 tire profile. I took the truck today for an alignment, they told me that l have a 2’ of negative camber, they could only fix my toe but not the camber. I was asking what aftermarket parts should l need to get rid of that camber?
  7. I have a 2014 single cab with a 4” drop in the front. The wheel setup is 20”s with a 275/55 tire profile. I took the truck today for an alignment, they told me that l have a 2’ of negative camber, they could only fix my toe but not the camber. I was asking what aftermarket parts should l need to get rid of that camber?
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