Camber is one of the most commonly adjusted alignment geometry angles and 95% of all faults are corrected by normal alignment methods. However in the other 5% of cases, location of damaged components can prove difficult and time consuming. More importantly, incorrect diagnosis and repair of the camber faults may lead to far more serious ramifications. This issue of Tech Stop, shows how alignment angles can be used to indicate where the damaged component is, what to replace and how to achieve correct alignment geometry angles.
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