Wheel align Perth

Submitted: Tuesday, Jan 14, 2003 at 12:27
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Hello
A while ago I stumbled on a website for a company in Perth that specialise in 4wd wheel alignment. They claim to be able to sort out the problems that many 4wds have on Australian roads, something to do with the camber of the road. Since then I have been unable to find that site. So if anyone knows a company like that please let me know.
I have a 93 troopie that has a slight pull to the left. I recently got new tyres and had the alignment checked, which was fine. But it still has that slight pull.
Thanks Steve
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Reply By: Janset - Tuesday, Jan 14, 2003 at 17:05

Tuesday, Jan 14, 2003 at 17:05
Hi Stevec.

I have a 1992 Troopie and on the 8/4/97 I had this work done on my Troopie at Winkinson Suspension Centre, 81 Beechboro Road, Bayswater.

Phone 9370 2646

(but at the time there was no 9 in front of the phone number)

I paid $240. The breakdown for the work was:

SST6 1.2 Camber Correction Kit................$125
90311 33085 Toyota axel seal...................$ 5
Labour 2 hours........................................$ 80
Wheel alignment 2 wheels........................$ 30

I was very satified with the work, and the problem was completely eliminated. Well worth it.

I hope this helps you.
Regards
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Follow Up By: Ray91 - Wednesday, Jan 15, 2003 at 13:46

Wednesday, Jan 15, 2003 at 13:46
W.A. suspensions in Osborne Park are also very good.Wheel aligment and suspension work.
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Follow Up By: Ray91 - Wednesday, Jan 15, 2003 at 13:54

Wednesday, Jan 15, 2003 at 13:54
Look in explore oz, feature, vehicle set up ,suspensions for WA suspensions
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Reply By: diamond - Tuesday, Jan 14, 2003 at 18:59

Tuesday, Jan 14, 2003 at 18:59
the problem with most 4wd with live axle coils and leaf is the lack of adjustment to give the l/h front wheel more foward caster meaning the wheel is more foward of the right to couneract the cambers we have on the roads always to the left if your 4wd has independant front its as easy as fitting a shim or two most wheel aligners should be able to do that just tell them to give you half to 3 quarter more caster on the left usually does the trick.or the first thing to try is swap l/h and r/h front.
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Reply By: diamond - Tuesday, Jan 14, 2003 at 18:59

Tuesday, Jan 14, 2003 at 18:59
the problem with most 4wd with live axle coils and leaf is the lack of adjustment to give the l/h front wheel more foward caster meaning the wheel is more foward of the right to couneract the cambers we have on the roads always to the left if your 4wd has independant front its as easy as fitting a shim or two most wheel aligners should be able to do that just tell them to give you half to 3 quarter more caster on the left usually does the trick.or the first thing to try is swap l/h and r/h front wheels.
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