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Old 04-28-2015, 07:24 AM   #1
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Class C Steering Wander, MH is on the rack

Finally found an alignment shop in Indianapolis to work on my Ford E450 alignment. Sitting at Truck Service, inc now with my rig on the alignment rack.
The thing that hit with me on this place is they're familiar with Class C and A rigs, stock a full array of adjustable cam bushings and have great BBB ratings.
I'm anxious to see the before and after settings to see just where the original Ford specs came in, and what they adjusted to.
I'll be sure to share the results.
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Old 04-28-2015, 11:27 AM   #2
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Watch the caster setting. The range is huge, as in +1.5 to +7.5. If you want it set for city driving then 3.5 is normal. For highway driving you want it to be +5.5 or more if you can get it. Here is a link for the topic of +caster and the E350/E450, circa 2010. E350/E450 Handling Problems are caused by too little + CASTER
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