Went to the alignment shop -a trusted local, and he hadn't seen an old suby for a while but said he couldn't -or wouldn't change it. However the rear toe out is a little extreme. He told me to correct it I would loosen the 3 bolts on the plate that connects the torsion bar & see where it settles -and good luck with it! I've just done CV's and lower ball joints, lifted it 2", and put 15" wheels w/~26" tires on. Does anyone know how to correct this?
Here are the numbers:
LF Camber 1.2; 0.3 Caster; -0.02 Toe
RF Camber 1.1; 0.2 Caster; -0.9 Toe
LR Camber 0.8; -0.50 Toe
RR Camber 1.1; -0.66 Toe
I can live with the front, but I am getting a lot of torque steer -to the right when I accelerate, and it sort of swings back when I let off. Seems like one side is pulling harder than the other. It drives and rolls good and straight, but the steering wheel is kind of jerky doing that when I gas it.