On Mon, 21 Mar 2005 02:54:40 GMT, 3 dog firstname.lastname@example.org
>>It doesn't matter what pressure I align the vehicle at as long as the
>>pressures are equal side to side.... What do you do? Bag your customer for
>>an alignment every time he loads his vehicle different? If your customer
>>loads his axle to max capacity, is he doomed to running his tire at a less
>>than ideal pressure because of a "recommendation" on the door sticker?
>what happens to alignment when you change pressur??
Uniformly? or side to side?
Radial or Bias Belted?
With many newer vehicles Caster isn't adjustable so I'd reckon that
would stay the same
>also what do you do to the built in understeer condition
What exactly do you mean by this? If the vehicle is intended to be
driven by 'joe/jane public' you leave the settings stock. If it's
going to be raced the goal more often tends towards neutral.
>better take a course in alignment
>max load of vehicle does NOT mean add more air to tires
Perhaps you should learn something about tyre construction and
dynamics. Failing that read a few owners manual. (try the section
under towing/high speed conditions).