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My alignment vs shop alignment.



SenorNoob

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The only thing they changed was the toe?
 

AndyB.

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That’s the only adjustment available. Caster is fixed and camber is set by changing bushings. I have the 0° bushings installed, and cross referencing the spring heights to the chart on the book, it’s in spec.

it looks like the driver’s side adjuster was moved an imperceptible amount, passenger side was moved from 10 to midnight.
 

SenorNoob

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2WD / 4WD
4WD
Total Lift
1.5" Front + 4" Rear
Tire Size
245-70-R16
Before I look like an idiot, what Ranger is this?

I know the TTB is adjustable on caster/camber by changing/rotating the bushings. Or using the aftermarket adjustable bushings.

Doesn't really matter if it drives right and doesn't wear tires.
 

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