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Lift/allignment opinion options

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Ok so basics of my truck..I have an 01 2500hd gas that I purchased a few yrs back with an unknown lift kit installed which is a drop style kit. The truck has the heaviest rated torsion bars installed on it with adjustable keys barely cranked at this point where they are set. I currently run 38.5 swampers with cutout flares on it. My issue is allignment or mainly cam/castor. The truck is maxed out to get as close to possible on specs and I also widened the slots and repined the uca drop brackets to get camber out as far as it is now. Also running cognito uca's. Now here’s my question is it possible to run lift knuckles in combination with the drop kit? The angle of the uca’s is really steep right now along with my tie rods,cv shafts are as well but using extendable ones designed for lifts so those are working good.just wondering in theory if using lift knuckles would move the uca’s angle upward more which I’d think would give me more camber. I know post is probably really confusing and all but any input would be great or ideas other then ripping the lift out and starting over.

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