I put 5100s on this weekend and despite tightening the alignment after loosening it to get the 5100s on to their original markings prior to lift I was left with a severe "V" to my front wheels...
I set the billies at 1.75 but am sitting at 2" lift right now as the truck has 600 miles on it and the spings and shocks are settling
so I took it in this morning to firestone got the lifetime alignment for $170
I asked them if the could do it to 0/0/2.4 the guy said they would look at it and the specs and try to get it close
i know the #s are not what I asked so are they close or should I just drive it for the week and let things settle out or should I take it back in soone as the front tires are still slightly "V"ed
I am attaching the spec sheet here...
edit: just went back in...got the alignment re-done but they made the caster even more out of spec...what the heck is going on here?
he told me they were able to adjust the toe...but when they do that it is going to affect the caster...with the 2nd alignment the caster went even more negative...how is that possible?
I am attaching the 2nd alignment #s as well can someone with knowledge on this please get back to me on what to tell these guys to get it done properly because this is ridiculous...I have the option of going to another firestone nearby I have 6 within 10 miles of me so would 1 of 6 at least be able to do this correctly?