In a message dated 97-11-13 14:29:41 EST, email@example.com writes:
> I believe that if suspension parts are not worn or bent and the alignment
> is not correct, then the frame (or mounting points on the frame) is bent.
> The only correction then is for the frame to be "pulled/bent" back to the
> correct alignment. Collision shops do this daily on uni-body cars and I'm
> sure that they used to do it when all cars had frames. You may need to be
> cautious about finding a shop that has some knowledge/experience with
> frames as opposed to uni-body. Trucks still have frames -- so maybe a
> shop that does trucks is a better choice than car shop that hasn't seen a
> frame in twenty years.
Thanks, Allen. I have no problem with my car. I was trying to answer a
question posed to me by someone else. He wanted to know how to adjust camber
on a TR4. What I found is that it cannot be done simply. The manuals tell
how to measure camber, not adjust it. My conclusion is that camber is OK
unless some damage has been done to the suspension or, as you suggest, the
frame. If that is the case then the action you recommend is appropriate.