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alignments by a.k.a
Started on: 10-24-2003 07:55 AM
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Report this Post10-24-2003 07:55 AM Click Here to See the Profile for a.k.aClick Here to Email a.k.aSend a Private Message to a.k.aDirect Link to This Post
has anyone here had any experience with fooking around with the numbers when you go for an alignment? i.e camber/caster/toe
to ease cornering/braking?? Reason I inquire is because I am trying to find a solution (be it a cheap one) to my '84's bumpsteer disorder


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(where I work, we always play with the alignment figures to better tyre wear, road noise )

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usually fresh struts help alot.
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quote
Originally posted by Pyrthian:

usually fresh struts help alot.

struts as in dampers AND springs?

or just dampers??

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