I know, but to get the drivers side equal to the passenger side, the strut rod is shortened enough that the wheel is not centered in the fender opening.
Now that I have installed bigger front tires, it barely rubs the front of the fender at full lock. So I thought shims could give me the caster I want with the wheel centered in the opening.
BTW anyone ever use that tool that pulls the upper arm out so you can add shims? I think its in the shop manual....
372 Cleveland, 4 speed, 9" T.50 Trac Lock axle, Toploader, Global west suspension, Big Lincoln Trans Am Brakes front, Eldorado caliper/ MK VII disk rear.