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Toe in specification.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you have just spent the money on yierod ends I would take it to a front end shop and have them do a front end alignment there is much more to a front end then just toe in and toe out, they will set your caster camber and toe in for you
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
THE STANDARD FOR LIGHT TRUCKE IS 1/16HT TO 1/8TH INCH + TOE
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
Testimonial: "thank you none of the ciltons or haynes manuals has that info"
do it by following the wire from the indicator left then right, just behind the bulb , the hard bit is the side/brake wires as they both go to the same bulb, use a volt meter.
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
Camber is the lean "off perpendicular" of the wheel. This error could be worn control arm bushings or something bent from a collision or pothole curb hit. Jack up the car from the lower control arm, not the frame. This will keep weight on the front suspension same as if it's on the ground. With the tire about 2 inches off the ground and the car wheels chocked safely, now you can check for wear. Do not get under the car !!!! Use about a 2 foot steel bar or pipe, placed under the wheel. Now lifting up see if there is loosness , clunking of the wheel or movement of the control arm bushings.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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