So far I haven't found a solid answer. So the past 2 wraiths I have owned has developed a very noticeable negative camber. So my question is, do aftermarket knuckles correct this camber issue? I'm assuming correct given that most aluminum knuckles only offer one steering arm configuration vs the reversible stock. (I'm actually curious why they made them reversible?) The axle currently has plastic chubs and knuckles and is sleeved and tapped with 3/8 thick wall DOM. the truck is 60% done and is currently 13.26 lbs. so metal knuckles are needed. I've flipped the plastic knuckles to use the rear arms for my 3 link steering geometry and still the same negative camber. before i commit the time fixturing and fabricating my own corrected knuckles id like a solid yes or no. Thank you guys.