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do you have the print out of the alignment before and after specs?
please let me know
can you post the pic of that specs here please so i can have a peek?
your rear toe is still out on the left side. what are the tire pressures and what brand and model tires are on the vehicle . size and load rating too please
if it is at maximum then something is bent!!! was a second opinion taken where a different shop had the vehicle on the alignment machine to see maybe the first repair facility aligner may be out ? was the vehicle in a accident recently? please let me know
there should be enough travel to adjust the toe in . i wonder if the spindle is tweaked causing the toe out issue and by adjusting it its almost there but not quite!!
its hard because i cannot drive the vehicle to experience what are you experiencing . I cn go by of the readings . i wonder maybe you have dead shocks in the rear and cannot dampen the load given over bumps
very very slim chance on that .
are the rear shocks new ? are there any signs of leaks on the shock? the rebound issue feels more left than right?
Can you look at the rear springs and tell me what are the color paint marks on each spring
yeah i understand !!! there has not been any stand out issues with the rear of that vehicle