I have an E250 2WD SMB that I've put 17x9" ET-12 rims on, so they stick out quite a bit more than stock (with 245/75/17 tires). I was wondering what alignment specs you guys like to run and what you would recommend for me.
I didn't realize SMB may have altered the suspension/steering components. It seems this may have just been for the 4x4 version (mine is RWD). Unless one of you can confirm for sure, I think a call to them is in order to figure out exactly what they changed from stock when it comes to the vehicle mechanics on my 1992 Ford E250 EB. Edit: I spoke to them. There are no mechanical changes made by them on the 2WD models.
How is front camber adjusted?
Is front castor adjustable?
What's adjustable in the rear?
Should I just go with the stock alignment specs even if my wheels have a wider track now?
It's a little worrisome that the PF wheel has a bit of positive camber whereas the DF wheel has a bit of negative camber (at least it looks like it to me).
Any more info to answer these questions is appreciated!