I beam coilovers

prpseats

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I always see coilovers on i beamed trucks set up difriently. it seems that the coilovers should be set up with no angle, stright up and down. yet i see many trucks with the shocks angled inward like an A arm car, will this work or am i just not under standing something. just wondering thanks. also another q the wider the beem the less camber??

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ACID_RAIN28

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The camber curve decresses with the longer beams, when compared to shorter beams in the same travle range, say at full bump to 14" down. The Ibeams will curve in and back on the truck as they cycle upwards, and some people install coilovers with a kick to them so that they do not bind up when at full bump or droop. I don't think that the move that far to have them tilted as far as on an a-arm car. Most of them that I have seen are, for the most part verticle

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