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    pitched tires after lift install

    I recently bought a 2014 wildcat trail. I have put on 28" tires and new rims, and now a 3 inch lift kit. Now after installing the lift, the tops of my front tires are tipping in towards the fenders. Is the common or is there something I should do to correct this?

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    Yes, this is normal. As the suspension extends, the wheel camber becomes negative. - the lift places the suspension in a static state, of extended suspension, in a sense.
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    I have a 3" lift with two " spacers on all four corners , no camber . I just ordered 30" tires . But am second guessing my self how do you like the 28s

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    Don't worry about 28's...go 30's. Most manufacturers tires aren't actual measurements. My 27" terrabites measure 25.5 at max psi

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    Thanks for the advise , the tires I have on order are x comp atrs dealer tells me they are true 30s . I am looking forward to running them .


 

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