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Old 09-29-2002, 12:07 PM
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Default front end alignment specs?

Anyone have them? I tried to adjust my toe but didnt quite work as well. I adjusted only the left tire, and now it pulls to the right even more. I put it back, just pulls like before. It is wearing the outside of the tires, and the wheel must be turned to the right a little to go straight, so, I figure I would adjust the dr side tie rod. It helped but I went to far. It is back to wear it is ( ) Just wondering if anyone had the specs for what it should be, to see how far off the truck is.
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