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Old 11-16-2012, 08:22 AM
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Since caster is measured in degrees, these numbers don't make sense unless you are omittin gthe decimal between them. I'm assuming your truck is a two wheel drive since you mention a spindle. Unless the frame of the truck is bent, the most likely cause of caster issues is worn busings, a bent control arm, (upper, lower, or both) or spindle damage. I'm guessing this alignment tech isn't very savvy or he would be able to tell from the measurements and a visual inspection what the cause is.
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