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Old 04-28-2010, 11:15 AM   #1
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alignment specs

Where can I find the factory alignment specs or does anyone know the factory specs?

I just had 5100's installed and took the truck in for alignment. Les Schwab took an hr and a half and the print out they gave me still had some values that were in the red. I'm set at the 1.75 (or 1.5, whatever the 3rd highest clip is) and didn't think aligning it would be an issue.

I'll post a screen shot of the print out when I get home tonight.
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Old 04-28-2010, 11:17 AM   #2
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can we do alignments on our Tacos?? Like at home.... sorry if that is a stupid question
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castor - 2.4
camber - 0
toe - 0

is what everyone around here shoots for in the ton of threads i found while searching (hint, hint!!). w/ 1.75, you should be able to get everything into OEM spec range, although it will be different than above.
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Soooo we can do it ourself???
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probably not. its more expensive buying the right tools and even then you won't be as accurate as the professionals with lasers and such.
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Soooo we can do it ourself???
if your even asking this question...no.

i have a buddy at work that added and extra overdrive gear to his special edition camero and wrote his own fuel maps for the car that always does his own alignments w/ perfect tire wear, but i wouldnt trust the average joe to do it w/o lazers!!
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