Front Suspension Issues
I have a 66 mustang that I recently swapped a 5.0L into and did a complete suspension upgrade. Upon aligning the car, it was found that we had clearance, camber, and caster. The front passenger side of the car looks perfect, and the caster is +3 caster and -1/4 degree camber. This is the ideal setup that i want. However on the driver side front, the caster was 0 and camber was -2 1/4 ish. I have a camber kit in this car so we changed the camber plates to fix the camber issue, and then adjusted the upper control arm so it could have the appropriate caster. I put it all back together, and camber and caster is good on both sides, but the driver side tire, (the one I did all the adjusting and changing) is farther out, or closer to the fender than the passenger side. Along with that, the passenger side wheel is 1/2 inch farther back than the driver side front. We had to change up the settings on the driver side front due to the tire hitting the front of the fender as well as caster and camber issues. I measures the fenders and they seem to be the same. But the passenger side is father in the fender, and farther back. And note this tire is fitting perfectly. And measurements like the caster and camber are good passenger side front. Having a lot of trouble with this. Anyone who could realize something wrong would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!