Re: Alignment woes ?
I do my 68 at home with a Fastrax gauge and I can start on the right side or the left side,I always end up with more shims on the left side.Right now with the Guldstrand mod done and stock A arms I have it at 1/16 toe in,camber at 1/2 deg. neg. and caster at 5 1/2 right/5 left,it drives nice with no excessive tire wear.Had it checked at a shop after the first time I used the gauge and it was right on,the gauge matching the machine so I trust it now.I rough set camber,set caster,recheck camber(adjust if nec.),recheck caster(adjust if nec.),set toe and it doesn't take me hours to do it.
68 work in progress , but I can drive it now - O5D build - 712 trim - 02 color
Think it was a 396 , 4 spd. - now in primer , 350 , 4 spd. , lots of new body and mech. parts