Suspension lift, torsion adjustment and alignment

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  1. ZapataUSMC

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    I just installed a supreme suspensions 3” suspension lift. After installing, all measurements were somehow spot on and level all the way around. Installed Rancho 7371 shocks and now my levels are off by 3/8” in the front(I need to bring front end up to match rear.) I already had an alignment done(twice on the past month. I replaced ball joint, tie rods and sway bar end links). Will cranking the torsion keys up 3/8”(3 full turns of torsion key adjustment bolts) throw my front end off that bad? Trying to avoid getting another alognment( I know the guys at the shop are tired of seeing me there, haha). Below are my alignment results:

    Caster:
    Left - 2.0 degreees
    Right - 2.8

    Camber:
    Left - 0.2
    Right - 0.7

    Toe:
    Left - 0.05
    Right: 0.05
    Total - 0.10

    Rear
    Camber:
    Left -0.6
    Right -0.7

    Toe:
    Left -0.10
    Right -0.10

    Sorry I’m not alignment savvy. Any advice suggestions are greatly appreciated!
     
    Last edited: Feb 21, 2018

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