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Front Driver Side Close Up On Grille

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Here's the proof in the puddin'. At full droop, front-wheel camber change is minimal, as the wheels remain nearly parallel. This is a sign of proper control-arm lengths and pivot-point locations. For proof of proper steering geometry, note that the front wheels are both pointing in the same direction, as opposed to toe-out or -in at full droop. FST did its math homework when fabricating this frontend.

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