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1931 Studebaker President Roadster


Wes Crowell
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Castor and toe are easily adjusted, camber not so much. Until all your front end component are as new.......you can or may have the death wobble and other assorted issues. Steering box, kick shackles, springs and shackles, all need to be perfect before you try and align an old car. 90 percent of the time, the issue isn’t alignment. I have aligned more than 500 cars, and probably it more like 1500. No magic to it. Inflate tires properly, most likely you can just set toe and be fine. 

 

PS- some tires make the car feel very loose until they are half worn..........Lester tires seem to be the worst when new.

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Your car sounds like it has to much toe out. If all other components are reasonably tight I would co for a great amount of toe out.  It's very hard to drive a car with any toe out.  Camber = tire wear. Caster = steering returning to center .  

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