Anyone in Perth know a good aligner South of the river would be good? This is the printout from yesterday, I gave them the specs for a 32 and this was the result. 0 toe in for the front and it shows +24mm
I gave the guy a printed sheet with the settings I wanted, didn't look at the printout till I got home. In any case it drove better before the alignment it now pulls to the right and the steering wheel is not centered. I am not overly keen to take it back to them and doubt I will ever get a refund of $79.00
I rang them they asked for a copy of the printout which I emailed to them, spoke to the aligner he said they were calibrating the machine. (that morning) He did a test drive before he started on the alignment but not after as it was getting close to knock off maybe if he had of he would have realised there was a problem. I removed all the front control arms thinking I would replace the bushes but they were still ok and the steering rack bushes were flogged out. As I had not marked the adjuster bolts I put it back together in a neutral position better than what the aligner could do.
Dan McColl Goo Roo Victoria (The Nazi State) Pretty Red Thing and The Black Rattler
I decided not to take it back to Tyrepower, I did not want them near my car again. Ended up getting it done in Myaree by a suspension shop who had the old style equipment simple but effective. Took 2 hours for the front and rear to get it within the right specs and cost $150 but at least it drives well.