I would have put this question to the suspension forum, but it doesn't have a section on trucks as old as mine. It's a '93 C2500, 6.5 diesel. Got 4 new tires, Michelins, put on two days ago and went back to the same place yesterday for an alignment. The fellow doing the alignment brought me out to the bay and showed me that there was no adjustment left on the control arms to get the camber right. Negative camber, and the tops of the tires leaning inwards towards the truck too much. He said that he thought my front springs are weak and after looking it over and studying on it, I can't see it being anything else. They're only 28 yrs. old. GM junk. Anyhow, was wondering if any of you guys have had this problem on an old truck like mine? I'm shopping for springs now. Saw the only ones that Rock Auto has listed for my truck and they ain't cheap.