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Standard and ACR Alignment Specs


 
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Post: #1   PostPosted: Tue Oct 13, 2009 2:25 pm    Post subject: Standard and ACR Alignment Specs Reply with quote

STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS

FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT...PREFERRED SETTING...ACCEPTABLE RANGE
CAMBER................................0.00..........................-0.40 to +0.40

Cross Camber......................0.00...........................0.50
(Maximum Side-To-Side Difference)

CASTER...............................+2.60.........................+1.60 to +3.60

Cross Caster........................0.00...........................1.00
(Maximum Side-To-Side Difference)

TOTAL TOE*.......................+0.20............................0.00 to +0.40

REAR WHEEL ALIGNMENT...PREFERRED SETTING..ACCEPTABLE RANGE
CAMBER..............................-0.25..........................-0.65 to +0.15

TOTAL TOE*.......................+0.30.........................+0.10 to +0.50

THRUST ANGLE...................0.00...........................-0.10 to +0.10

Note:
* TOTAL TOE is the sum of both the left and right wheel toe settings. TOTAL TOE must be equally split between each front wheel to ensure the steering wheel is centered after setting toe. Positive toe (+) is toe-in and negative toe () is Toe-out.

ACR SPECIFICATIONS

FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT...PREFERRED SETTING**...ACCEPTABLE RANGE***
CAMBER................................0.00..............................2.4 to +0.40

Cross Camber......................0.00..............................0.50
(Maximum Side-To-Side Difference)

CASTER...............................+2.60............................+1.60 to +3.60

Cross Caster.......................0.00..............................1.00
(Maximum Side-To-Side Difference)

TOTAL TOE*........................+0.20............................0.70 to +0.30

REAR WHEEL ALIGNMENT...PREFERRED SETTING...ACCEPTABLE RANGE**
CAMBER.............................0.25............................1.00 to +0.20
TOTAL TOE*.......................+0.30............................0.70 to +0.30
THRUST ANGLE...................0.00..............................0.10 to +0.10

Note:
* TOTAL TOE is the sum of both the left and right wheel toe settings. TOTAL TOE must be equally split between each front wheel to ensure the steering wheel is centered after setting toe. Positive toe (+) is toe-in and negative toe () is Toe-out.

** PREFERRED SETTING is for normal steet use.

*** ACCEPTABLE RANGE in this table is for racing purposes on vehicles having the ACR camber adjustment bolt package installation procedure performed. These alignment specifications are only to be used at the request of the vehicle owner and only when the vehicle is going to be used in a competition event. The alignment is to be set back to the STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS before the vehicle is returned to normal operation.
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