I had all the bushes changed sometime back and hadn't expected them to
be warn so soon. Apparently, the after market standard Stag bushes
only last a couple of years. I'll be ordering an uprated set.
On 5/29/05, Dave1massey@cs.com <Dave1massey@cs.com> wrote:
> In a message dated 5/27/2005 9:12:54 AM Central Standard Time,
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> I had the stag in an alignment shop and they told me that the
> toe-inout on oneside is quite far off. The stag has the shims that
> you stack just like you mentioned and they do appear, from(memory) to
> be one thickness.
> The stag does not have multiple brackets/mounts to change the camber.
> That's off also. I'm hoping a warn bush change will correct that.
> Perhaps it was premature to check alignment of the bushings are not up to
> snuff. But perhaps it is a reasonable way to find these things out. But it
> is certainly not a worthwhile endevor to adjust the alignment if the
> bushings are in need of replacement. Do that first. Then the toe-in can be
> set. If the camber is still out there may be or you could have made some
> eccentric bushings made up that will allow some adjustability. (These are
> bushings whith the hole off-center)