I JUST RECENTLY WRECK MY TRUCK AND THE ALIGNMENT...

1997 Dodge Dakota

Tiny

Anonymous

February, 16, 2013 AT 7:44 AM

I just recently wreck my truck and the alignment was already bad on top of it. I replaced hub assembly and tie rod ends on driver side ( they was only ones bad). When I got it back I rotated tires since old ones wear warn from bad alignment. Now the truck pulls left more then ever. Took it back to shop and they have no idea without putting it back on rack and I have to wait a week for that. My alignment specs are as followed.
Driver side
caster +4.15
Camber +.20
Partial toe +.02
SAI +10.15

Passenger side
Caster +4.50
Camber +.20
Partial toe +.02
SAI +10.55

Front Set back -.25

Rear total toe +.01
Rear Driver camber -.30
Rear driver toe +.05
Rear pass camber -.35
Rear pass toe -.04
Rear set back -.20
Rear thrust angle +.15

Please help
And thanks in advance

1 Answer

Tiny

hmac300

February, 16, 2013 AT 5:08 PM

1997
2WD
Camber (1) 0.38 0 To 0.50
Caster (1) 3.9 0 To 0.70
Toe In (2) 0.06 (1.6) 0 To 0.3 (0 To 0.8)
Toe In (1) 0.15 0 To 0.10
4WD
Camber (1) 0.38 0 To 0.50
Caster (1) 3.7 0 To 0.60
Toe In (2) 0.06 (1.6) 0 To 0.3 (0 To 0.8)
Toe In (1) 0.15 0 To 0.10
(1) Measurement in degrees.
(2) Measurement in inches (mm).

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