Aric Roberts· Registered
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I currently drive a 2014 Nissan Titan SV 2WD and I just got new tires put on today because two of the old ones were super unevenly worn. I also got an alignment done and they told me that the upper control arms on the front are maxed out so the front two wheels still have -1 degree of camber. They suggested purchasing a set of SPC Adjustable Upper Control Arms, but I just forked out a ton for new tires so I'm not trying to drop another 500 unless I have to. I'm not alignment savvy, but I'm curious why they can't just bring the lower control arm in to account for the maxed out upper? The lift kit is a 4 inch Rough Country Suspension lift and the tires are 33x12.5 on 18s. Anybody else had this issue and found any other alternatives? I'm not trying to wear these tires unevenly like the last ones so I want to find the fix.