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      11-12-2011, 12:05 PM   #28
Lieutenant Colonel

Drives: 4 wheels
Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: NorCal

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find an empty road. drive on left side and see if the car tends to pull left or tracks straight. it will confirm your alignment. pull left then you are just a little over sensitive to the car. honestly i think they all follow the curve of the road to some extent. if it tracks straight, then there is an alignment issue. what you want is a print out of the toe setting. better yet, go to Westend Alignment in Gardena. ask for Darin (owner). He is best in the business. old school. if it still pulls one way or the other, he will redo the alignment until its perfect.
"It gave you amazing satisfaction, but anyone who says he loved it is either a liar or he wasn't going fast enough." - Jackie Stewart on racing at the Nurburgring