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Old 10-19-2015, 09:48 PM   #1
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alignment and ride height

I checked my toe-in before the last trip and found it toed out 3/8 of an inch. I then made sure it was aired up to ride height and the toe-in was fine. Got me thinking. The coach was only down an inch or so if there is that much change with toe-in and ride height wouldn't the toe-in be changing when going over bumps and the coach is going up and down? Could this be why some coaches are experiencing tracking issues? This seems like it would only affect IFS in this way. thoughts?
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That's exactly why the first thing they do with an IFS suspension is to check and set the ride height both front and rear otherwise the alignment won't be correct.
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