|Originally posted by wilberto:|
I've never heard of this...the shop just swapped struts to opposite sides and problem solved.
Me neither. So they just got lucky and it "looks" correct when they eyeball it?
Almost anytime the rear suspension is disassembled, you'll need an alignment - especially when you change things (lowering springs, flipping the mount etc.).
Although you didn't say if the springs were put on earlier and an alignment done at that time and this was just new struts.
The struts also control the camber. Changing that angle will also change the toe.
When they do an alignment, they set the camber first, then adjust the toe.https://www.fiero.nl/forum/...160323-2-125165.html