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Hey there, I just got a wheel alignment and they printed out a before and after from the machine. All of the pictures and videos i've seen shows that the after should all be in the green but the Camber and caster on the front right are still red and the back left is still red/they took he back toe out of alignment it looks like. I had an issue with it pulling to the right before the alignment, now it drives relatively straight except when I take a slight left turn and I "reset" the wheel it resets to pulling to the right just slighty, but if i set the wheel center the car will drive straight, if i'm turning it resets to pulling to the right a little. Is that because the values on the print out are still in the red? Or does this look normal so much that the values arent to far out of there recommended specs. Thanks i1100.photobucket.com/albums/g411/heartagram6121/thumbnail.jpg
 

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I see that you had your alignment done on a Hunter machine. I just had mine done about a week ago when I had new rubber put on.

My print out results look similar to you, the rear can't be adjusted as it's a solid axle. If I remember correctly, I had negative camber of the rear left and positive on the rear right (or vice-versa).

The main difference is that your front tires should've been set to a slightly negative toe-in. Toe-out is typically for race cars. Toe-in is better for straight line stability, regular cars. I would go back to them and have them adjust that for safety.

I feel as though this car is very sensitive to steering inputs, a gentle touch of the wheel in either direction will send it that way.
 
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