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Hall1836 12-04-2009 08:13 PM

Wheel alignment spec's street car.
Can anyone provide me with wheel alignment spec's, 235x60x15 and 295x50x15, sold rear 9 inch, coil overs all four corners?

RICK LAKE 12-05-2009 05:16 AM

Every car like different setups
Hall1836 Hall not trying to be a smart@$$ but this is true. Does you car have power steering. If it does a starting point of .5 degree of + camber left side. Depending on your weight, .7-.9 degree of camber on the right side. Caster 3.0+ l/s of car and 3.3-3.5+ on the r/s of the car. You want the toe 1/16+ inner. There is no adjustments for a solid rearend unless you are looking at thrust angle of the car. Make sure the rearend is square in the car from front to back. This will get you started. road testing and checking the tire wear will tell you if some changes are needed. Again every car is different. If the car has manual steering down the casters down to 1.25-1.50+ degrees. This will show down the reactions of the car from your input. (steering). Cobras are quick to respond and handle as you will seen when you get on the road. Good Luck Rick L.

Hall1836 12-05-2009 07:59 AM

Thanks for the response. Previously had FFR, trying to sort out this Midstates.

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