Re: sl ford hires this teck lmfao
On Mon, 21 Mar 2005 04:38:20 GMT, "Jim Warman"
>Well, let's see... if I raise the pressure enough to cause a 3mm change in
>ride height on both front, I haven't changed camber on whit.... The 0.1
>degree of caster change (also being equal) isn't going to amount to a hill
>of beens since typical caster windows are about 2 degrees. Bump steer
>characteristics wont change since I haven't changed tie rod angle.
>Understeer/oversteer is more an effect of front to rear weight bias than
>most alignment settings (though negative camber and toe out will make them
>turn in better).... not forgetting that this characteristic is also affected
>by other suspension geometry that is largely unadjustable (or has no
>provision made for adjustment).
>We'll pose a question that you wont answer anyway... what affect does camber
>spread and caster spread have on steering?
spread which way?
>You're coming up limper and lamer with each passing post. You appear to be
>using a shovel to try and get out of a hole.
you better redo your math
and show me your work