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I am trying to find the Front End alignment specs for a 2001 Dodge Stratus.Please help.

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Caster +2.5 degrees to +3.5degrees Camber -.5 degree to +.5 degree but Myself for best tire wear the Camber should be set at-.2 degree to +.2 degree. as for the toe it should be set at 0 straight ahead to an 1/8 an inch toed in. I myself preferr 1/16th of an inch toed in.

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Toe in part of alignment should be about 1/16 of an inch toed in and camber anywhere from 0 to no more than a negative 1/2 a degree.

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  • dirtracer7 Aug 07, 2009

    Toe in part of alignment should be about 1/16 of an inch toed in and camber anywhere from 0 to no more than a negative 1/2 a degree.

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