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    Default 93 ck1500 4x4 front camber adjustment.

    How do I adjust the camber on my truck. The top sticks out and the outer edge of my tires are worn down. A friend explained quickly,but I can't remember about the knockout etc.

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    Welcome to the club. There are whats called knock-outs on the upper control arms. Some people take them out with a air chisel but there is a tool for removing them, easier than a air chisel. The tools not expensive and most auto parts stores should have or be able to get you one. If they can't I know the SnapOn man sales them.

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    thanks for the welcome and the info. She's got 150k + on her and I just can't let her go.(sounds like a country song..
    I just need to keep her runnin' another year and It'll be time to get a newer truck. Again, thanks for the info !!

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