front end alignment for a 1935 Auburn

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02 Oct 2017 17:25 #33625 by ken dennison
front end alignment for a 1935 Auburn was created by ken dennison
Any one know the specs for an alignment?
Is there any camper adjustment or just toe in?

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02 Oct 2017 18:15 #33627 by Curt Schulze
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1/8 toe in.
If the car doesn't go into the 'death wobble leave the caster alone.

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06 Oct 2017 16:54 #33644 by johnmereness
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I agree with Curt.
That being said though the specs I believe are in the owner's manual and when I had our car done 8 to 9 years ago they put it on a Hunter System and the specs were on the fellows disk for his machine. A good race shop should be able to figure car out.

JMM

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07 Oct 2017 20:19 #33653 by ken dennison
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thanks for the info
Ken

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14 May 2019 18:57 #37192 by Darlene Paul
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1935 ,851, while driving car drifts from one side of the lane then to the other side of the lane. Steering gear seems OK. can this be from misalignment.
What's the 1" tube from the steering gear to front wheel. It has springs at both ends.
Could this be to loose.?
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Paul Pustay

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14 May 2019 19:19 #37193 by Curt Schulze
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The pitman arm may be oval shaped, the tierod ends may be loose, the worm and sector in the steering box may be out of adjustment. I have seven Auburns sans radial tires and they all go straight down the road.

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