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With '65-'66 Mustangs, shims are added to push the upper control arm outward to move toward positive camber. Although most alignment specialists use pry bars to adjust the upper control arms, there are Ford-recommended specialized tools designed to screw the arm in or out, taking the violence out of a front-end alignment. That's what is shown in this and following illustrations. This jackscrew adjustment tool enables a technician to get Mustang alignment spot-on without abusing the shock towers.