Since I am active duty military, I took the TR4A IRS into the local craft
shop for a four wheel alignment. They have a nice Hunter alignment machine
and seem to do a good job. However the wheels, as you know have a toed in
camber attitude after the car is jacked up. My experience is that it has
to roll a ways before staightening out. No amount of bouncing would cause
the slide plates to move enough to let the wheels straighten out. This was
the rear wheels. This precluded a four wheel alignment, but they tried for
just the front wheels.
The Hunter book readings said that I had to add anything from 1/2 to 13/16
of thickness to my shims. This is not possible as the bolts aren't that
long. Even the mechanic thought that was a little excessive. So I had to
settle for adjustment of the toe in on the front wheels.
What's wrong and how can I fix it.
67 tr4A IRS