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Old May 18th, 2001, 02:09 PM   #1
Tony in Whittier
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Alignment questions...

My alignment readings from yesterday:

All in degrees and minutes (e.g. 1.29 equals 1 degree, 29 minutes)

Camber (before/after): LF 0.05, -0.06; RF 0.10, -0.07; LR -1.47, -1.34; RR -1.35, -1.29.

Toe (before/after): LF -0.16, 0.03; RF -0.13, 0.03; LR 0.10, 0.05; RR 0.07, 0.07..

All 4 tires wore unevenly on the inside portion of the tread (12,500 miles). It's too late to correct the toe wear problem on these tires.

Is it typical that the Boxsters have alignment that gets out of tolerance so easily? This is my 2nd alignment in 10K miles, the first had similar toe corrections. Is any of this caused by aggressive driving or hard pounding (going over RR tracks)?

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Old May 18th, 2001, 08:16 PM   #2
Tool Pants
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Tony, I like the Cobra

Let's get Dan to do a group buy. The car before me on the alignment rack.

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