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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-05-2013 Thread Starter
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wheel aligment

Hay i need to check alignment of the wheels. In Slovakia nobody can do it, because they dont know the right value. Mustang v6 premium 2011/04. Can you help me please?

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Searched another thread and came up with this:

Here are the acceptable margins according to Ford:
Camber 0.00 to -1.50
Caster 7.85 to 6.35
Toe 0.00 to 0.20

I run -1.5 deg camber up front and as close to zero toe as they can get it. Toe is what eats tires


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thanks Tomorrow I go in for service
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hello The dealer told me that these are the values at the front axle, but we also need value for rear axle
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Here you go - This is from alldata for 2011 mustang

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2011 3.7L MT, Magnaflow Competition Axle Back Exhaust
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this is all front value and i need rear caster and camber
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You cant adjust the rear. Most you can change (with work) is the thrust angle which should be 0.0 anyway. and you can adjust pinion angle. but shouldn't have to. both of which are set from factory.

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thanks i will try interpret your words in service
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It's a solid rear axle, not IRS do no need for a rear alignment.
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