CadVetteStang Posted May 10, 2018 Author Report Share Posted May 10, 2018 Alignment: CASTER: I decided to go with the maximum amount of positive caster possible. CAMBER: I decided that one degree negative on all four wheels was the best starting point for testing and may be the best compromise on handling VS. tire wear. Toe: with these custom settings, I would take the recommendation of the alignmen specialist who has 25 years of experience and has aligned race cars. Knowing that I was going to have to drive 50 miles from the engine shop to the alignment shop, I spent many hours with a tape measure and a level to get the initial eyeball alignment as close as possible. As you can see from the picture, the front and rear toe was the only thing that the specialist recommended changing. He was impressed with my backyard alignment. ? Quote Click here to visit the main directory for my subforum about my 2002 Eldorado build for autocross racing: http://caddyinfo.ipbhost.com/index.php?showforum=96 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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