i just finished putting my 8 lug d44 and new springs in, but it something aint right...first of all, a little history...i am not totally sure the year of this d44.. the knuckles on it were thrashed, so i put the knuckles, tie-rods, and spindles off of my 89 10 bolt on it...everything bolted right up....i kinda figured the toe-in would be off, therefore i left the new meats in the garage and put some old ones on...why is there so much positive camber??? the inside of the tires dont even touch the ground!! could this be because of the later model 10 bolt spindles?? i have both of them on with the key way facing up, should i turn them over? or switch sides?? i know the camber cant be adjusted like on a car, so this is really baffeling me!! any help would be VERY helpful.. also, does anybody have any ideas on how to get the toe close in the drive way?? like using a tape measure or driving over sand and looking at the pattern...seems like i have heard about these, just wondering......thanks rob AIRBORNE!!