Originally Posted by JusticePete
3. Print out the alignment information a couple of posts above, go back to the same shop, review it with them and ask them to do this one on their dime or find a new dealer and start from scratch.
Are these the specs they should be shooting for with 275's up front and 315's in the back? This was a reply "from the sticky alignment thread"
to an owner with the same Hotchkis shocks.
Originally Posted by Info@PeddersUSA.com
I totally understand!
This is what I would do:
Camber to -1.0 each
toe to .1 degrees toe out each wheel
Camber, get the least amount of negative Camber as possible
Toe, toe in .05 degrees each wheel
Hope this helps and drive safe.