Sale Price: $8.28 / Each
91-94 Navajo RWD/4WD
About this Manufacturer:
Specialty Products Company (SPC) has been in the alignment business since 1972. They focus on creating innovative suspension and alignment products and tools to suit the needs of a wide range of applications from OEM street cars to full race cars. SPC offers three separate product lines that cover performance off-road, OEM vehicles and heavy duty trucks, and hotrod/race suspensions. Based in Longmont, Colorado, SPC offers fantastic technical support both over the phone and online. Their customer service is also top-notch with a knowledgeable staff on hand to ensure you get the product you need. They are also an ISO/TS 16949 company, which is an international automotive quality standard that is used throughout the industry. With high-quality components they are a go-to company for all of your suspension and alignment needs.
About this Product:
These popular sleeves are widely used to adjust caster and/or camber on many Ford and Mazda 2/4WD trucks. To install, simply loosen and remove upper ball joint pinch bolt. Remove top snap ring if one is present. Use 77880 or 88830 sleeve puller to remove the existing sleeve. To save time during alignment, use 23199 zero degree sleeve to determine initial readings, then install correct sleeve. To save time during alignment, use the 23199 zero sleeve to determine initial readings. Note: Sleeves adjust to a smaller degree on Ford 4WD light trucks.
-Installation time: .5 hr/side
-Required: 1 per wheel
-Recommended Tools: 77880 - Sleeve Puller, 88830 - Sleeve Puller, 87175 - Special Socket
Any amount of ride height change will cause the camber of your tires to change. This means that instead of the tires being perfectly perpendicular to the grant, they will be slight slanted, inward in the case of negative camber, outward in the case of positive camber. It might not always be visible, but having your camber out of adjustment will cause the tire to run on the inside or outside edge only since the tires will be slanted relative to the ground. The lower you go the more negative camber you will get and the faster the tire will wear. There are different camber kits available to combat this problem; the correct kit is determined by how much your camber is away from the factory recommended specification.
Do camber kits come in sets of 4?
No, unless otherwise noted, camber kits are sold in sets of 2, so you buy one set for the front and/or one set for the rear.
How do you install camber kits?
Depending on the truck you drive, camber kits are comprised differently. Contact us for installation details, or simply have it installed by professionals.