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DB18 wheels alignment

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Culbu
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DB18 wheels alignment

Post by Culbu » Sun Oct 21, 2018 6:30 pm

Good evening every body,

Who knows the caster angle, the wheel camber and the wheel toe-in for a DB18 please ?

Kind regards,

Julian

grahamemmett
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Re: DB18 wheels alignment

Post by grahamemmett » Sun Oct 21, 2018 10:44 pm

Hi Julian
You will find all you need on www.db18.org
Graham Emmett
Northwich, Cheshire
DB18 1949 LCV522 (Yes that one with the P100s)

Culbu
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Re: DB18 wheels alignment

Post by Culbu » Mon Oct 22, 2018 11:07 am

Thank you Graham. I found the wheel toe-in but nothing on the casper angle nor on the wheel camber... I suppose that it means that the wheel camber is neutral and that the casper angle is 0

Anyway, thank you very much.

Julian

Dartford Dave
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Re: DB18 wheels alignment

Post by Dartford Dave » Thu Nov 22, 2018 4:38 pm

If it's not to late Julian, there was a good post by clevitt on 27 Oct 2016 about setting camber angle which I found very helpful and made a big difference to my steering. Sorry I don't know how to post a direct link to a previous post. If you search by member you will see it.

Dave

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Re: DB18 wheels alignment

Post by Culbu » Thu Nov 22, 2018 4:46 pm

Thank you Dave. It's never too late to learn !!

Regards,

Julian

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