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Old 07-29-2007
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Yeah they gave me a print out last time. I actually had it really close the first time. I just dont feel like messing with it now
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Originally Posted by zabeard
I need some pointers here. I have never done an alignment in any shop I usually always pay to have it done but lately I cannot get out of work at a decent time to make an appointment.

After thinking about this for a while I think this is how I would adjust for the condition.

Truck drifts to the Left adjust the right TRE in or left TRE out.
Truck drifts to the right adjust the left TRE in or right TRE out.

Does this seem logical? I just need to bounce the idea with someone else. I might have them backwards idk.

right now the steering wheel is centered but i have to pull it to the right to make the truck go straight. not a lot but some.

if it drifted to the right I would not be complaining but it drifts to the left which i do not like.
Hey, Send a Message to Grewe02. He can tell you EXACTLY how to, and show you a site that also breaks it down for you!
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