If you insist on dealing with a shop that, for whatever reason, you don't
trust, you will be doing both yourself and the shop a dis-service...
From the factory, the only provisions for adjustments are for front and rear
toe. If front caster/camber or rear camber is out of spec, some adjustment
can be gained trough the use of aftermarket kits. My experience shows that
these kits are neither cheap to purchase nor cheap to install.... but if I
see readings that may cause driveability issues or tire wear concerns, there
isn't much choice in the matter. I will not put myself into a position where
the customer can blame his worn tires on me.
As for the specs themselves.... it would be a little time consuming for my
to type them out (not to mention the opportunity for a typo) and my
conditiones of employment prohibit me from doing a cut and paste.... Your
local library will often have service manuals that you can copy or any
alignment shopthat you can bring yourself to trust will either have the
specs programmed into their alignment rack or have one of the aftermarket
specs listings tha some fornt end part manufacturers have available.
Mr. Warman, I call 'em like I see 'em. I've seen shameful posts and
even more shameful replies in this group. "I have this noise"... "yeah,
me too, I've learned to ignore it". That is just one sad-ass example.
How cool is my riced-out Focus is another.
I know you aren't all that fond of me, and so be it. I hate
disingenousness more than anything. I'm not the lunatic I once was;
even WF appears begrudgingly able to accept my presence in threads.
Just ease up a bit, before you get all excited. I find that deep
breathing helps me tremendously. And to hell with the trolls. Cprice
and Rich are fools.
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