Discussion in 'Bay Tech Clinic' started by Chidori, Aug 28, 2012.
I chose to get both sides adjustable.
How did the wheel alignment work out? Problem solved??
Thanks Chidori, I have spent all night reading this and still no answer, I guess you are one tough learner, so well done, personally I don't see that much movement in the steering wheel, I have driven Kombi's for 30 years and never had as many issues that you feel that you have, wind is a real pain along with trucks, double check that the rear end has toe in, toe out is extremely hard to handle, and castor dictates steering self centring not camber, so make sure both sides have the same castor, otherwise their could be a bent stub axle, too me the front end looks normal I'm guessing you could do with putting the car on a chassis jig just to delete the possibility of a bent and twisted Kombi, as said earlier the vehicles are now over 40 years old and who knows what their history could be, wish you luck with your issue and hope to see you sailing straight down the road one day, cheers
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