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    Default Re: Alignment Specs

    Ok so I called my Toyota Dealership from England and they sent me the factory alignment specs for my 2010 Tundra (US Spec). Here they are:

    Toe-in - 3.69 +/-2.0 mm (0.145 +/-0.0787 in.)

    Inside wheel angle- -3927'to -42.27'
    Outside Wheel Angle- 3648' (36.80)
    Camber Inclination- 014' +/-45' (0.24 +/-0.75) 30' (0.50) or less Caster Inclination- 235' +/-45' (2.59 +/-0.75) 30' (0.50) or less Steering Axis Inclination- 1246' +/-45' (12.77 +/-0.75) 30' (0.50) or less

    I hope this helps everyone out. I will post up the results of my alignment soon!

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    At your local alignment shop, the wheel alignment system console has an internal database of manufacturer's recommended alignment specs. Trust me, the make/model/variation of your particular vehicle will be in that database. They are amazingly complete and go back a good many years. Any alignment shop should be able to provide you with those specs.

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    I am posted in England for the military. Both the bases here have computers which give them alignment specs. Here in England my truck is too heavy for the base lifts so I am forced to go off base. Because the tundra is not sold in England I had to call back to the states to get the specs. That is all. Thanks for the info though!


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    Ah, yes, you stated that you called from England. I did not know that the Tundra was not available there, and so the specs might not be in the database for that area. Mea culpa.

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