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Good day to all,
- the front wheels of my rig were looking out of Alignment so I took it to an Indie shop here. They guys sent me to their Tire and Wheel shop. After their inspection I was told the rig needed an Alignment and Camber on both the front and rear wheels. Of course I went ahead and had it done. I never even knew what a Caster was until today.
- I would like to know if there is a base-line or specification(s) that the 2006 RR Spt S/C has to be within with regards to Caster, Camber and Toe. I posted the before and after sheets I was given but I do not fully understand the numbers.. There should be specs somewhere, right?

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Well, what can I say!

- I went to Google but because of the weight of the rig and the three(3) different air suspension levels, I was looking for specs specifically for L320. I was not aware I could use those of other vehicles..
Thanks for the heads-up.

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Well crap, the link was for 2006 forward L320 but the photo showed Honda stuff... no you can not use Honda stuff. Umberto posted specs. lemme see if I can find them.
 

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Okay. Just hit me up if you find them. Thx.
 

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Thanks a lot. It's always great to have knowledge about your rig.
- My old Battalion CO used to say to us, "If you can't explain something so the whole room understands it, you don't know what you are talking about". Now I can get into an intelligent conversation with my indie guys.

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