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Old 01-01-2010, 03:45 PM   #1
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alignment Spec's

I think that the shop doing my alignment is using generic specs to align my coach. Does anyone have factory spec's for caster, camber and toe for a 2001 36'

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Old 01-01-2010, 06:05 PM   #2
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This is the info I have and am told it's universal.
Hope it helps.

Alignment specs:
Front and rear suspensions are made by Neway Anchorlok, now owned by Holland
It has been posted that all coaches by WRV use the same specifications.

Left Front –Camber, Min -0.1deg, Max 0.7deg
Left Front –Caster, Min 4.2deg, Max 5.2deg
Left Front- Toe-in, Min 0.02”, Max 0.05”

Right Front-Camber, Min -0.1deg, Max 0.7deg
Right Front-Caster, Min 4.2deg, Max 5.2deg
Right Front-Toe-in, Max 0.02”, Max 0.05”

Front-Cross Camber, Max 0.5deg
Front-Cross Caster, Max 0.5deg
Total Front-Toe-in, Min 0.03”, Max 0.09” (0.06” would be 1/16”)

Air Spring height:
Front – 10.31” model AS-120 (Measurement for front is taken from bottom of coach frame to top of axle I beam).
Rear - 10.5” model AD-200 (Measurements for rear is taken from bottom of coach frame to bottom of airbag).

The coach MUST be an unladen condition and on flat and level ground.

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I have a 36' 2001. The specs that my tire shop got from WRV in June of 2006 match RMMPE's response.

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Old 01-09-2010, 11:42 AM   #4
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Does anyone know what years these stats are good for that Bob has submitted?
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