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Hey y'all, just wanted to pick some brains here on an issue I've had for a few years now. My 72 Elco eats the outsides of my front tires. I've made a few suspension changes over the years, currently running stock spindles with 1/2 tall ball joints and offset upper bushing shafts. I've gotten it aligned after any changes I've made but the results are always the same. Recently when I switched from Fatman fabrication drop/tall spindles back to stock, I had an alignment done and the shim stack they put in was pretty significantly thick. Like an idiot I decided after all this to change the tie rod ends and get another alignment. The shim stack the next shop put in was MUCH smaller. I wouldn't think changing tie rod ends would alter the camber/caster that much. I'm running 17" TTII's with 225/50r17.