This is a post I made on my club web page due to allignment being a hot topic over there right now. I wanted to go ahead and post it over here though, since I seem to be the only dodge owner in south La. Oh and BTW, ignore the smileys that aren't supported :bigthumb: .
So I finally got my front driveshaft on :. The yoke on the front of the driveshaft makes contact with the yoke on the differential :wall:. My first though was that I'll just pull 'er off for a second and play with the grinder and make a little room in the "valley" (probably not the proper term for the space between the ears) of both of the yokes so the ears wouldn't make contact with the opposite yokes. Then I realized I had these nifty little adjustable control arms (thanks Phil :bigthumb: ) and I started to wonder if I could just shorten the lowers a little bit to put the shaft at a little better of an angle.
Well, if I remember correctly, my caster is at about 3.5 degrees right now. If I shorten the lowers, it would reduce my caster, thereby making the truck more seceptable to death woble, but if I dropped down to around 2 degrees, would it help the angle enough to make a difference or am I just urinating in the wind?
What would you guys do :baby: