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Old 07-07-2009, 01:40 AM
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4th gen rear camber

ok so how often does an alignment need to be done?

im sorry i decided to switch my question after posting. :(
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Re: 4th gen rear camber

Whenever the geometry of the car changes
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Re: 4th gen rear camber

that is a general answer
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Re: 4th gen rear camber

It's a general question.
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Re: 4th gen rear camber

just do it every now and again (like once or twice a year) and every time you get suspension work done or changed tires.
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Re: 4th gen rear camber

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that is a general answer
It's a correct answer though.
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Re: 4th gen rear camber

twice a year sounds good.. four wheel alignment too...when ever you take off suspension and steering parts too
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Re: 4th gen rear camber

lol... wtf are you guys doing? the last time i did an alignment was 1/2006 when i put the teins on. still straight as an arrow and with even tire wear.
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Re: 4th gen rear camber

^^have you messed with steering and suspension since then?

i did a manual rack conversion...yea i neede an alignment trust me
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Re: 4th gen rear camber

im in PA, the alignment only lasts a few days with the way the roads are around here
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Re: 4th gen rear camber

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^^have you messed with steering and suspension since then?

i did a manual rack conversion...yea i neede an alignment trust me
nope. but i didn't disagree with you saying you need an alignment any time you change your steering or suspension. just curious what's going on that requires an alignment twice a year.
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Re: 4th gen rear camber

alrighty guys thanks
and yes a general answer to a general question (my bad)
im definetly due for one.
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4th gen rear camber

Sorry for my ignorance, is there something like this for the front to compensate cambers? Or only the rear can be done?
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Re: 4th gen rear camber

one to two times a year get re-aligned.downside to our cars,no rear caster adjusment.oh well.they say its best to do the align service 1-2 times a year is just because of tire wear differs with how you drive where you drive & so on, mostly cause we all know roads arent perfect & you hit that pothole & notice your steering wheel pulling now or crooked...thats why possibly lol.

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