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hello, after I friend and I we change my suspension! TRW wishbones and Blinstein B4. And after finish we dont had alternatives at 20h the night to wheel alignment. The next day morning i had to go anual automobile inspection. Inspection ordered align again! I leave here the Feuvert report and would like to know what and where the correct values ​​should be changed! hug

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Well the MINIMUM DESIRED and MAXIMUM values are printed on the sheet for each setting...
Everything was nearly correct.

except... How the hell do they get your Right Front castor angle form 3deg to 7deg. :confused: Look at the left side - it stayed 2deg55' - I think they knocked something before final measurement.

One thing that you must fix is your Right Rear camber -1deg45 is a bit much and toe angle: -0deg18' should be positive -What you need to do is get the wheel in more (to get camber more positive and the wheel must point front toe out.

There is no real way to adjust other than:
Loosen the bottom bolts on the swing arms(on body and on wheel side), push the wheel hard inwards at the rear (so it goes in and more in at back than front) and have friend re tighten bolts.
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The Front Left - same story - cannot really adjust the -1deg09' - try the same: loosen bottom bolts, push in and have friend tighten bolts
 

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i will try to do this!
and the front camber is not good also!! because eat the "inside" of the tyres.
maby i will buy a AA bar

thanks for help
 
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