Question about 2002 Chevrolet Tahoe
Gregg it is best to allow a vehicle some right hand lead due top crown of most roads. road crown is designed to slope right and factory vehicle alignment usually follows slope. if u fall asleep or lose steering control of vehicle road crown" right float" will lead to ditch instead of oncoming traffic. if this really bugs u ask alignment technician to make left wheel .2 degrees more positive camber then right wheel and request caster be set no greater then .3 degrees difference between the 2 wheels request printout to verify. this should remove lead considering there is no tire pull. general motors compensates for road crown using caster typically but i prefer camber compensation
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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