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Re: 1958 plymouth alignment ?

From: Neil Vedder
Email: esierraadj@webtv.net
Remote Name: 209.240.198.63
Date: August 27, 2003
Time: 01:46:00

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Jeez, Eric, I can't believe that no one has responded to your message (which I'm just cruizin-by, discovering it, tonite). You probably know, by now, that there are 'dedicated' shims that are used to adjust the caster, & indirectly, the camber. Toe-in is adjusted separately. You want to try to acheive as much caster (for-self-centering-effect) as possible; my shop achieved 1.5+ degrees caster, before the camber adjustment began to be affected by the caster- adjustment. I just tried to find my archival- record on my 57 Dodge's front end alignment, but couldn't find it. If you check with this Discussion Board's archives, you might find earlier discussion on my front end geometry- recommendation. Neil Vedder

 

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