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Front wheels lean in at top

93 ford f250 front wheels lean in at top when backing upand straightens when going forward

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You should have the twin arm suspension. there's just a few things to check. inspect the pivot bushings on your lower torsion rods(from the axle back to the frame), check the upper and lower ball-joints. and last check the wheel bearings.

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