I know a couple of you guys did the full size F150 mod & I saw one today that sparked my interest. It's an 03 std cab 2wd auto v6 with 120k, plain interior no power windows or locks, lowered 3-5", no major body damage just a few small dents looks like from hail, a few interior panels behind the seats are missing, rubber floor - no carpet The only major issue I saw was the front wheels looked like they had about 1" or more of camber in them... the top of the wheels were in about that much from the bottoms. It's setting on low profile tires & 20" chrome rims that aren't bad looking, but the camber leads me to believe that whoever did the lowering didn't do things right & it may need to be re-done to keep the tires from wearing out every 3 days. The guy said the front had drop spindles installed, but I don't think I've ever seen a lowered vehicle with that much camber, even on a vehicle with the frame setting on the ground. The price isn't bad, but if it's gonna cost $X to fix the front end I'm either gonna offer them $2X less or make them fix it before we really talk money. Thoughts? Opinions? And don't worry, I'm not getting rid of the Ranger... just considering a newer truck so I can have one torn apart to work on & not worry about not having transportation in the meantime.