Ok, got some more pics. YAY PICS!!!!
Just for comparison sake, here's my driver's side rear tire. This is how the fronts SHOULD look.
Here's a pics of the sidewall pressure text:
Here's the driver's side control arms (passenger side is the same...obviously
Here's the driver's side cam bolt setting:
And the passenger side setting:
I have no idea how to read those cam bolts. Hopefully they're in spec as the 4X4 shop that did the alignment and replaced the upper ball joints should have set these.
If y'all need anymore pics, I'd be happy to snap whatever y'all need....except my beautiful wife....thos pics stay with me.
EDIT: after I made the last post, I got out the ol' hydraulic jack and lifted the front end. I checked the front wheels for play up/down and side/side. The wheels are tight. Especially up/down. Can't move 'em, at least with my own strength (which ain't sayin much...I'm pretty sure a girlscout could move the wheels more than me.
). I also aired down the front tires to 32PSI. Gonna see what happens now.
Proud Owner Of the "SPORT BEAST"
Can't Lay a Scratch
1999 Dodge Ram 1500 Sport 4X4 5.9L
Bought at 93,000
miles. Repairs to date:
-Rebuilt tranny and installed aftermarket tranny cooler
-Fixed exhaust leak
-Replaced drivers side tie rod, Lukes Linked the rest (including trac bar)
-Replaced Both wheel bearing hubs
-Replaced front u-joints
-Replaced power steering pump
-Replaced passenger side brake hose
-Replaced upper ball joints
-Replaced ALL fluids front to back
-Installed Maxxis Buckshot 33X12.50's
-Rewired bootlegged stereo
-Tune-Up including Sea Foaming intake, gas, crank case
-Replaced brake pads
-Replaced front sway bar bushing with Energy Bushings
-Replaced shocks with Bilstein 5100's
-Relocated AIT Sensor to air hat
-Modded CPS bracket to advance timing about 4*
-Changed plugs over to Autolites
-Replaced water pump
-Replaced plenum gasket
-Modded kegger and TB
- replaced driver's side wheel bearing hub (again)
Last edited by audiomechanic; 11-17-2008 at 11:57 AM.