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Old 02-23-2016, 07:40 AM   #1
dirish
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anyone have stock alignment specs?

Taking a 72 k5 for alignment soon. Looking for
Anyone with factory specs, or best suggestions.
Blazer has no lift, with 31x10.50's. Pretty much stock.
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Old 02-27-2016, 06:40 PM   #2
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Re: anyone have stock alignment specs?

I would set the toe straight up or 1/32" toe in, if I had all new front end parts. If you're dealing with old existing parts, I'd set it 1/32" in. Or if there were some play in the parts set it 1/16" toe in. As far as caster/camber, unless your front axle housing is bent, it probably won't need adjusting. But, if I were checking caster/camber (on a 4wd), I'd want to see the caster to be close to 0 on both sides (no more than 1/4 degree in or out). And I would want the passenger side caster to be the same as the driver side or maybe up to 1/2 degree more.
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