Is the Caster adjustable on a stock 2014 Xterra? My new truck seems to have “0” return to center and I have to constantly correct the steering to keep it in a straight line. Thanks for any info.
The real issue is not enough people can recognize quality work any more and are unwilling to pay for it. In todays society, lowest cost wins 95% of the timeIm with you man, I live in Milwaukee WI and I can not find a single shop that does full alignments. Everyone is half a*s these day, they through it on a hunter 4 wheel alignment, read some pre load OEM numbers off a screen while they make adjustments and thats it.
Its BS! My truck drives like crap because the caster needs a custom adjustment, not a preloaded spec.
Maybe someday ill take it down to Chicago when I do some research and find a custom shop specialized in trucks.
Thats just a lot of work for a job that people used to be good at.
No need for new Lower Control Arms. The adjuster cams will work on the stock control arms just fine.Then I stand corrected, good to know.
Guess I need to get new LCA's so I can instal my cam bolts and fix the caster on my truck - or go to a different place to have mine adjusted properly since I have SPC UPC's and still have issues. I hate lazy mechanicis who think "in spec" is acceptable even though the truck clearly pulls to one side.