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Hi all... Do tracking all day long on Ford's with lazer tracking (not geometry, just toe adjustment..) - realise its not the best for such a beast as the skyline but generally can get them going straight..

When set her up, didnt have spec to hand, so set the car up parallel... n well, she dont like it much...

Have since checked spec in workshop manual which specifies 1 to 1 on the front and 2 to 2 on the rear...

On fords we normally get a spec, ie, -1 to +1 meaning parallel or 0 to 2, meaning set to 1...

Are skylines that specific it has to be toe out to +1 at the front and toe out to +2 at the rear with no give or take specification ?

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Front
Camber[deg]-0 50,+/- 45
Caster[deg]3 55,+/-45
Toe In[mm]0 ¬ in 2

Rear
Camber [deg] -1 15 +/-30
Toe In [mm] in 4¬0

It doesn`t make much sense to me but it may help you, i hope.
 

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ah cheers, dont get the little symbol between 0 and 2 or 4 to 0...

is that front spec of
0 to +2

and rear of

+4 to 0?

n e able to shed some light ?

technically that would equate to +1 @ the front and +2 @ the rear, which is what i 'think' the workshop manual spec is... Cheers
 

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If i remember correctly DCD posted it a few years back and i thought it would be a good idea to write it down for "future reference" .
Maybe if you PM DCD he will have more info.
 
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Looks

Like Zimmer frame data to me Pete. LOL

Still when you are 50 is suppose it becomes relevant.

Tony:) :) :) :)
 
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Now Then

Yunis A said:
Tony expect a visit soon, I need the full tracking done:)

Just got to get the rear subframe bushes done first.

Thats something to look forward to LOL:) :) :)

Tony
 

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Have you fitted the shocks yet Yunis?

Saw your other pics, you'll have to let me know what they're like with the damping made softer and softer springs.

Cheers
Nito
 
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