The LTD was doing the same. Very wobbly at low speeds it was visible through the bonnet badge. At high speeds it was a vibration. I bought new tyres (not because of the wobbling) and got a wheel alignment and all is good. So yeah, go the wheel alignment. Crashes often knock out your alignment.
Castor is the angle in which the front spindle/suspension upright leans forward or back, in the direction of the vehicle's travel. ie. front to rear.
I believe castor determines the self-centering effect of the car's steering and stability at higher speeds.
I think! :D
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yes i think that i would agree with you, its all a real pain in the arse (i had to design some king pins at one stage, and had to learn about all that, very helpfull info.. if u want to get into that sort of stuff)
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