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Wheel alignment specs for Legacy outback?

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#1 bartt


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Posted 12 September 2005 - 03:46 PM

Anyone know the alignment specs for a 97 Legacy outback.
I need to get a ballpark to be able to drive it to the alignment shop. Really only need the Camber. Didn't change the other settings..

I just put in:
new half shafts
new wheel bearings
new lower ball joints
new struts
steel braided brake lines...

That weekened sucked..

BTW, if you have over 100k on your scuby, the OEM struts are toast. Get them replaced.!

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Posted 12 September 2005 - 10:23 PM

According to my '98 Legacy Owner's Manual, the Camber for the Outback (and SUS) should be 0 deg. 20' for front and -0 deg. 35' for rear. The Toe is listed as 0.0 (+/- 0.12 in.) front and rear for ALL Legacy models. Hope this helps.

Camber specs for 1998 Legacy models:

FWD Sedan and AWD Wagon: Rear:-0 deg. 55'....... Front:-0 deg. 5'

FWD Wagon:...................... Rear:-0 deg. 45' .......Front:-0 deg. 5'

AWD Sedan:....................... Rear:-1 deg. 00'....... Front:-0 deg. 5'

Outback and SUS:............... Rear:-0 deg. 35'...... Front:+0 deg. 20'


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Posted 13 September 2005 - 04:00 PM

Thanks very much..

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