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We slid the Dana 30 under the truck to get a few initial measurements and determine where to place the brackets on the axle. It is important to make sure that you have correct caster and pinion angle before you perform any welding on the axle. Although the Rock Krawler control arms give you the ability to fine-tune the axle position, it is best to double-check all your measurements and degree readings before making your first tack. This is also a good time to mock up steering linkage as well as getting an idea where the shock towers will need to be positioned.