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  1. The front tire wear has been nice and even ever since I changed the camber to +0.1 degrees. +0.2 was too much positive, and 0.0 was too much negative, and +0.1 is perfect for my setup. The Bilsteins have been fine. I have them on the fourth notch (second from highest lift) and AALs in the rear and it sits pretty much level. Just a tiny bit of rake, which I like. The problem shouldn't get worse as long as you get it aligned after the installation. Exactly what do you have the camber set to currently?
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    Re: Front tires wearing on outside of both tires

    Saw this post from about a year ago. Just curious how is the wear issue now? I have the same problem on my '04 4wd trd and I'm considering either the Bilsteins or the Rancho Quick lift. I was curious if the problem would get worse and could it be corrected after the front end lift. How do you like the Bilsteins? Know anyone with the Rancho setup? Just trying to compare the pro's and con's of each. Thanks!

    2004 2WD Access Cab with the same problem. Front tires wearing on outer edge. It's happened on two sets of tires (since I've owned the truck). Camber is within spec. I'm thinking about experimenting with zero or even a slightly negative camber to see if that helps.

    Update: I've had my '04 Tundra (Bilsteins on 4th notch, AALs in rear) at 0.0° camber for several thousand miles and am now seeing wear on the inner edges of the front tires. So, it looks like 0.1° is going to be the sweet spot, for my Tundra at least.
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2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 2WD 4.7LV8. Exterior mods: Bilstein 5100s all around, Wheelers Progressive AALs, Magnaflow 12256 muffler (just aggressive enough), 18" American Outlaw Apache wheels on 265/60 Michelin Latitudes.
Future mods: Hellwig rear sway bar, poly bushings, and???

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