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Hey folks. Still baffled by it, no way that slow speed articulation did that. I hate the factory coating...nasty stuff. This is a common problem in the off-road world even with torqued to spec alignment cams. If your car’s steering has an obvious pull, the tire wear is uneven, or if your car has been in an accident, a wheel alignment might be needed, so beware of car shops that push alignment as part of a preventative maintenance package. Some other jolt or just vibrations from driving with a bolt not torqued to spec loosened the adjustment it to the point where the curb was the straw that broke the camel's back. Get it aligned then "torque" stripe it so you can monitor the plates. In 20 seconds you can become part of the worlds largest and oldest community discussing General Motors, Chevrolet and GMC branded pickups, crossovers, and SUVs. This is a mirrored stamp with angles created at 90 degrees. So something must have happened. Notice the 45' or forty-five minute reading for the RF. I've got my angles and now I'm at a loss. Haven't hit any major potholes, but I did drive over a curb at the ATM that day. My left caster is now 7.19 degrees and my right caster is 8.13 degrees. I did the the alignment by the book. And I don't recall any colossal bumps. NSX Prime Regional Message Forums. Silikhan Publishing Group & GM-Trucks.com Yeah I'd have to pay for an alignment. Went back today to have them adjust the caster and camber and he marked the plates. 1 decade ago. Ok, I'm doing an alignment to my 85 s10 pickup. My guess is they were not properly torqued after alignment. The thirty minutes reading equals one-half degree. I got so tired of it that i went ahead and modified my UCAs to heimed ends for alignment, and welded plates to the chassis to bolt the heims, no elongated hole to align off of, now i jus move them heims in or out and my alignment is locked in for ever, only way to change it is by removing the bolt and turning the heim. In my experience, I would say no, something like that should not move them. When I checked my alignment. Camber: -1.5. If it ever happens again I will be getting those cam plates. The specifications for toe are n fractions of an inch. Display as a link instead, × Upon visual inspection it seems as if my right front wheel is toed out slightly, and the camber plates look as if they have moved recently, as the dust and road grime is scraped/moved right next to it. The camber angle is read one degree plus or minus 30 minutes. Gerard, did you ever find out why you can't adjust the caster?   You cannot paste images directly. I'm gonna stop by for a quickie alignment check after work. Paste as plain text instead, × Could it be posible that the pivot is damaged and not the A-arm? Left side was almost exactly the same. Something is bent and needs to be replaced. The source of the stamp is aligned properly because the stamp was produced in an un-tampered layer from Medium. Well the right toe was off by 1 degree. Everything was off. The vehicle in the chart is within specifications.eval(ez_write_tag([[300,250],'freeasestudyguides_com-medrectangle-4','ezslot_1',116,'0','0'])); For more information about ASE, visit the official ASE website at www.ase.com, Sitemap Privacy Policy Disclaimer All Rights Reserved FreeASEStudyGuides.com ©Copyright 2020. Clear editor. On my way home the other day I noticed a shimmy in the truck driving, and my tires rubbed the fender liner turning right. Caster and camber were still within spec, but caster had gone from 2.3 to 3.7 and camber from 0.2 to -0.96. It's most likely nothing you did and it's probably under warranty. That looks like a pretty good alignment to me. Benelux (Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg), If this is your first visit, be sure to It is equal to .75° (decimal degrees). Is it possible the camber plates moved with a slow speed articulation? No way that moves the camber plates right? Gonna have to recoat that area before it rusts. If the camber is only off by a tenth or two of a degree or less and the vehicle does not pull I wouldn't even worry about it. Not necessarily....everything works fine until it doesn't. A few days ago I hit hit a stone with my left front wheel. Toe: +0.12. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account. 15' equates to 0.25º. Rear Right. Left caster one degree off from right caster... General NSX Message Forums (stay on topic: NSX), NSX Naturally Aspirated Performance (1st Gen), NSX Forced Induction and Nitrous (1st Gen). Camber: -1.3. Has anyone here ever knocked out their alignment on normal day to day driving? I couldn't adjust my left caster. But seriously I crawled over it. ASE Certified Automotive Service Advisor. But I couldn't move anything. Update. Bushleaguechew, July 20, 2017 in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra Troubleshooting. My alignment numbers are in and read as follows: Rear Left. Powered by Invision Community. Well you don't say what you did lol, I also didn't read he had a lift. You might not notice much of a difference driving … Update. Upload or insert images from URL. Worst off they give you a Tahoe to rip around in for a couple days. So much so they make a fix for it! Left side was almost exactly the same. Still baffled by it, no way that slow speed articulation did that. I was running with the same issue but i have a complete bolt on midtravel kit and even lost the nipples the plates guide off from, i know that i was putting alot of pressure on the cam bolts when i was offroading.   Your link has been automatically embedded. From buying research to owner support, join 1.5 MILLION GM Truck Enthusiasts every month who use GM-Trucks.com as a daily part of their ownership experience. Caster and camber were still within spec, but caster had gone from 2.3 to 3.7 and camber from 0.2 to -0.96. I am hunter certified and have been for over 25 years. By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.   Pasted as rich text. I think he must have used brake cleaner . http://shop.dirtkingfabrication.com/Upper-Arm-Alignment-Cams-DK-632919.htm, Great idea I will do that thanks. Toe: +0.29. I honestly would take it to your dealership, have them look at it. I would have the alignment done with how far off the rear end is, the left rear alone will prematurely wear the tire. Warranty does not cover driving over a curb on a lifted truck with an aftermarket suspension. 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra Troubleshooting, Fullsize Truck & SUV - 2014-2019 K2XX Platform, '15 Silverado LT DC 4x4, 5.3, 3.42, 6 speed, Built 3/10/15, '19 Silverado RST; '18 Malibu LT; '18 Traverse Premier Redline, Silikhan Publishing Group & GM-Trucks.com, 1999-2013 Silverado & Sierra (GMT-800/900), Screen and Gauges won’t dim + Auto Lights won’t DRL, Breaking News - UAW and GM Reach Tentative Agreement, Costco Kicks Off Season of Values With Great GM Vehicle Deals, "Silverado Race Truck" Previews Future Silverado ZRX, New Face For 2021 Chevy Colorado Debuts On Hall Racing ZR2, Following a Hopeful Stretch UAW Now Says Strike Deal Moving Backwards. I've marked the duplication which came as a result of both axis of the stamp being slightly off. Anonymous. Angles are as follows: Prefered Caster - +2 degrees Camber - +.8 degrees What I have Caster - LF = -1 degree (off by 3 degrees) FR = -1.5 degree (off by 3.5 degrees) × Its a shim alignment so its easy to do but the thicknesses of my shims are throwning me off. OP - Time to find a good front end shop. There is no caster setting for the rear of a vehicle. I'd hate to be a Chevy tech just for that reason. The specifications in the chart are for the front of the vehicle. I've got some brand spanking new car shoes on the back and I'm slightly worried that my camber is going to chew them. If there is no negative sign preceding the number, it is assumed positive. The specifications in the chart are for the front of the vehicle. It is negative one-quarter of an inch plus or minus one-eighth of an inch. And I don't recall any colossal bumps. Caster is a stability angle, measured in degrees. The chart below contains different methods that manufacturers use for displaying wheel alignment angles. By caster alignment specs are based off of rotating the front wheels 20º to the right and 20º to the left (from straight ahead) and measuring the difference ... Minutes are 1/60th of one degree. Havent had an issue since then.   Your previous content has been restored. My steering wheel also now has a slight cock left. To convert these to degrees, divide the number of minutes by 60. × check out the. 1 1. The (') or minutes symbol is used to view or represent angles, just like an actual clock. I have cognito UCAs and currently have stock shocks with a 2.5 inch spacer as my fox coilovers are being serviced. 1: Alignment is part of a regular maintenance program Wheel alignment falls under the repair category, not scheduled maintenance. The chart below contains different methods that manufacturers use for displaying wheel alignment angles. I could correct everything accept for my caster. Wheel Alignment: Reading Specifications. Well the right toe was off by 1 degree. My steering wheel was way off to the right after the hit. The vehicle's actual caster angles are within specifications. The only reason the front total toe is within spec is the left front alignment is countering how far out the right front is. Everything seems nice and tight. You can post now and register later. Limited region-related off-topic OK, but NO ADS! When I say drive I mean pull up to and slowly crawl over, not smash into, with only my right side wheels.

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