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alignments in NJ

This is a discussion on alignments in NJ within the Suspension and Handling forums, part of the General Help category; just finished rebuilding the front end of my camaro and need to get it aligned. I am going to need ...

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    alignments in NJ

    just finished rebuilding the front end of my camaro and need to get it aligned. I am going to need 2 things:
    1) Decent alignment setting to make the car handle awesome ( i was think -0.5 camber, -3.5 caster, and 0.0 toe)
    2) decent alignment shop in central NJ that will do the alignment to my specs and will do a good job. (most jersey shops I have seen look like they just hired people who should have kept their jobs as grocery baggers)

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    You might like more caster....

    Quote Originally Posted by nuttyprofessor View Post
    just finished rebuilding the front end of my camaro and need to get it aligned. I am going to need 2 things:
    1) Decent alignment setting to make the car handle awesome ( i was think -0.5 camber, -3.5 caster, and 0.0 toe)
    2) decent alignment shop in central NJ that will do the alignment to my specs and will do a good job. (most jersey shops I have seen look like they just hired people who should have kept their jobs as grocery baggers)
    You should probably have positive Caster. It gives the outside wheel a little more negative camber when going around corners, and also helps straighten out the wheels when coming out of a turn. 3 to 5 degrees of positive caster should be about right. Everything else sounds fine for the street.

    Find a shop that specializes in tuning cars, rather than selling tires.

    Steve Nix

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