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Do they make them? And why don't a lot of you who have lowered your trucks use them if they are available?
 

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I honestly don't think anybody ever made then for the gen 3 trucks.
 

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Hmmm... well is there any way to compensate for that short of having actual drop spindles?
 

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Drop arms and or springs.
 

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I mean don't those create negative camber? Or do particular control arms adjust for that?
 

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No one has ever offered a drop spindle for the Gen III, the lower ball joint sits very close to the rim in OE configuration, there is no room to raise the spindle height and keep the ball joint off of the rim.
 

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Any time you change the suspension geometry you should have it aligned no matter what you use to do it. A simple camber kit will take care of however much it's out.
 

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A camber kit? I've used them back when I did Honda work (unfortunately) but I have yet to see them for Gen III Dakota's. Any chance you have a link so I can get a better understanding of what they are like? And do they vary based on how much camber adjustment is necessary?
 

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It's actually an adjustment bar that the upper control arm is attached to that you can move to adjust the camber. So no parts needed, just the appropriate tool.
 
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