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What should i set my rear at with my 315's on??

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    What should i set my rear at with my 315's on??

    I just got the 315 nitto DR's and i know you need to re-center the rear end... So i installed the Adj. panhard rod to re-center it but i dont know how much to move the swivle.... How can i measure and figure out how much i need to adjust it in order to re center the rear with the new tires??

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    best way is to remove the springs, lift the rear so that the wheels stick as high as possible in the wheel well.
    Make sure it's centered on the top where it will hit something... rubbing does happen when the rear goes up in the well... not @ normal height.
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