I read a post by Frozen Tundra a while back where he said something about shimming the front suspension. I don't know what he did and I could just ask him, but I figured that maybe this deserved a thread.
I had to put a stack of shims on the right side of my Red Baron car because the frame rail that the suspension bolts to was inaccurately repaired by the PO of that car. But I'm suspecting that Jimmy shimmed his for a different reason.
My thinking is that we could get more caster adjustment if we shimmed the front mounting bolts on each side with a washer or plate between the frame rail and the suspension. Just shimming the front bolting area would tilt the front suspension backwards a little. The only oem adjustment is the lame washer swap at the A-arms.
I'm curious about this as an experiment to see if it would help my steering return to center after a sharp turn better. My negative offset wheels have a tendency to want to oversteer on sharp turns and you have to fight them a little bit to get them to return to center.