...well, camber to be specific.
Perhaps it's just that my eyesight ain't what it used to be, but it appears that both front and rear wheels have a positive camber to them. It was also noticed by a friend who was following me.
2010 4D Rubicon
2 1/2" Tereflex spring lift w/ shocks
35" BFG MT KM2's
I parked the ride in my garage (level slab), and cut a small piece of wood to span the rim only. Then I placed the piece of wood vertically on each rim, with a small level. The bubble was "slightly" positive on the rear wheels, and more pronounced on the front (positive camber means the top of the wheels are pointing inward...yes?).
I haven't wheeled hard on this yet, just some overland runs.
Is this usual, or should I see an alignment shop in town?
Although, I'm assuming there isn't much that could be done for the rear wheels, but the fronts may need new ball joints with some sort of offset?
Whaddaya all think?