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Wheel Alignment Tips for Custom Cars : How to Make Caster Adjustments

Adjusting caster means moving ball joints in and out, which leads to more camber adjustments; learn how to make caster adjustments in this free auto-repair video. Expert: Doug Jenkins Bio: Doug, of Doug Jenkins Custom Hot Rods, not only servers the entire nation, but even customers outside the U.S have found the shop's services indispensable. Filmmaker: Ross Safronoff


 


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Wheel Alignment Tips for Custom Cars : What is Caster in a Car Steering System?
Caster is the relationship of a lower ball joint to an upper ball joint, so adjusting caster has wide-reaching effects as our expert mechanic explains in this free auto-repair video. Expert: Doug Jenkins Bio: Doug, of Doug Jenkins Custom Hot Rods, not only servers the entire nation, but even customers outside the U.S have found the shop's services indispensable. Filmmaker: Ross Safronoff





Wheel Alignment Tips for Custom Cars : Tips for Adjusting Caster Measurement
Adjust caster measurement by taking a base measurement when turning the wheel, and then installing the gauge; get tips from our expert mechanic in this free auto-repair video. Expert: Doug Jenkins Bio: Doug, of Doug Jenkins Custom Hot Rods, not only servers the entire nation, but even customers outside the U.S have found the shop's services indispensable. Filmmaker: Ross Safronoff





Wheel Alignment Tips for Custom Cars : How to Measure Toe-in of Wheel Alignment
Measure the toe-in before adjusting it by looking down the sidewall of the tire, front and back; learn how in this free auto-repair video on custom-car building. Expert: Doug Jenkins Bio: Doug, of Doug Jenkins Custom Hot Rods, not only servers the entire nation, but even customers outside the U.S have found the shop's services indispensable. Filmmaker: Ross Safronoff





How to Perform a Front End Alignment Yourself - Easy and Free
Here is a quick video on how you can adjust your front wheel toe alignment yourself and save a bunch of money. You should always do an alignment after you replace any of your steering components, inner or outer tie rods, rack n pinion etc but if all you need to adjust is the toe on your front wheel here is how you can perform the procedure yourself with very little effort. If this video helped you out please don't forget to subscribe, give it a thumbs up or if you are feeling generous leaving a tip by clicking the " i " button on the top left corner of the screen. Thank you very much for your support! You may also find these other video's helpful: How to replace inner and outer tie rod ends: http://youtu.be/PQuTwWwmW6w How to test and inspect your tie rod ends: http://youtu.be/ZTn7EUmm6zY How to Replace an AC Compressor clutch and bearing: http://youtu.be/04c1MPq0HGo How to perform a parasitic draw test on your battery: http://youtu.be/eXX8TfzRAKk How to diagnose vibration or shaking issues at highway speeds: http://youtu.be/2LSC5-bARg0 Disclaimer: Due to factors beyond the control of Ratchetsand Wrenches, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information. Ratchetsand Wrenches assumes no liability for any property or personal damage that may arise from doing a repair on your vehicle after watching any of my repair video's. Due to factors beyond the control of Ratchetsand Wrenches, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Again Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not Ratchetsand Wrenches. how to do a front end alignment yourself, tape measure front end alignment, how to use a tape measure to adjust front end toe alignment, how to adjust your inner and outer tie rod ends, how to fix a bad alignment, how to adjust front alignment, fwd toe alignment, fwd toe adjustment, car does not drive straight, car pulls to the right, left, car pulls to one side, steering wheel pulls to the right, steering wheel off center,





WinAlign HD Alignment System - Caster Measurement
Hunter Heavy Duty customers can now diagnose tire wear conditions in 1/3 of the time. New technology from Hunter Engineering provides accurate, 3-axle wheel alignment readings in just 4 minutes. Hunter's previous generation aligner took approximately 12 minutes. Hunter's improved Winalign HD Alignment System uses four or six revolutionary DSP700T heavy-duty alignment sensors. DSP700T sensors use exclusive roll-forward compensation to compensate all sensors at once without the need to jack each axle. The new system decreases setup time and equipment wear through a completely reengineered setup process. More information will be available soon at www.hunter.com





DIY Alignment: Setting Toe with the String Method





Camber Caster Gauge from Fasttrax at Eastwood
BUY It Here: http://www.eastwood.com/fasttrax-camber-caster-gauge.html?utm_source=Youtub e&utm_medium=Annotation&utm_content=Fastrax%20Gauge%20&utm_campaign=2007-11 -08 Align it yourself in your shop or at the track. Improve handling, and save suspension and tire wear. Improve handling, plus save suspension and tire wear, when you set your tires' proper camber and caster with Fastrax™ Fastrax™ Camber/Caster Gauge works in the shop or track to help you easily set tires' proper camber and caster; optional toe adapter also available (see "Accessories" tab). Displays camber +/- 4 degrees, caster -4 to +12 degrees Fits most 13" to 18" wheels Adjusts to any surface





Garage X - Episode 6 - DIY Wheel Alignment Part 1
Are you sick of heading to the alignment shop every time you replace something in the front end of your car? Want to do a custom alignment for weekend of racing, or to get better tire wear? Break free from the rack! Now you can do four wheel alignments from the comfort of your own garage. Come watch Matt, Steve and Chris tackle at-home alignments. They’ll show you how easy (or not) it is to line up your wheels. In this episode, the boys delve into the mysteries of alignment science. They’ll show you the basics of alignment theory and the importance of "pre-aligning" a vehicle after making changes in the front end. As always, they’re going to demo a couple of inexpensive tools that should make this process easier and more accurate for anyone trying this at home. The Boys cook up a bet to see who can perform the best at-home alignment. Loser buys the beer and pizza! We’ll be stopping by Certified Automotive Solutions in Nashua, New Hampshire, to talk a little alignment tech with the Pros. Jamie DoVale explains alignment science as he walks us through a four wheel alignment using his professional alignment rack. Certified Automotive Solutions is a one stop shop for all your automotive service needs. Jamie and his crew have been bringing us affordable, high quality auto repair for many years. If you’re looking for a mechanic in the Nashua area, check them out here: http://www.certifiedautosolutions.com Tell them Garage X TV sent you! Next, we’ll be performing a “classic” string alignment on our poor shop Yugo. Using nothing but some fishing line and a few jack stands, we’ll show you how to properly set up and adjust the alignment of your vehicle using this tried-and-true method. We’ll also bring you Advanced Racing Technologies’ Laser String tool. This snazzy laser device replaces the "string" of a string alignment with a super accurate laser beam. This tool makes setting toe fast, easy, and accurate. Find Advanced Racing Technologies on the web, and check out all the cool alignment tools that they offer here: http://www.advancedracing.com As always, GXTV brings you the most epic soundtrack ever. We feature the band Radioactive Sandwich. "Radioactive Sandwich is a modern day electronic group who beats to their own synthetic drum. Through years of honing & crafting their skills in the studio, they have become a force of sonic nature within the psychedelic electronic scene." Check them out online. http://radioactivesandwich.bandcamp.com We also feature the music of Vector Hold. "Vector Hold is a solo retro 80's Synthwave project by Peter Brian Rice. Based in San Francisco Bay Area Vector Hold's mission: To create the sounds of the 80's one track at a time." You're ears have never heard the electro synth awesomeness that is Vector Hold. http://vectorhold.bandcamp.com As always, our theme is 'The Graveyard' by The Liquid Kitchen out of Houston TX. "The Liquid Kitchen is poised to conquer the world of rock music armed with straightforward grooves, tube driven guitar riffs, and soul piercing lyrics!" Download tracks and check upcoming appearances here: https://www.facebook.com/theliquidkitchen Who wins the bet, and who buys the beer?!?! Stay tuned for the exciting conclusion of DIY Alignment Tech, coming soon!





Alignment how to video 3D Caster Camber & Toe
Anthony @ DIYautotech showing you how to perform an alignment on your car using a Hunter Alignment machine. We'll be checking Caster, Camber, Toe, and Thrust angles. if you have any questions just leave a comment below





Camber kit
How to installa front camber kit





DIY Wheel Alignment Camber Tool "UNDER $7 BUCKS"
DIY Home Made Camber Alignment Tool "UNDER $7 BUCKS" We all know these tools can cost an upwards of $300 so why not figure a way to make it for dollars?.. well here you go. How's under $7 bucks for yah! Help Support My Channel: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=9ZT925 NTLR5E6 Visit me at: http://www.Nthefastlane.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Nthefastlane Google+: https://plus.google.com/117540915227325837174 You can buy all this @ Home Depot Super Glue $1 Line Level $2.57 ....Found in the tools section by the Levels 3/4 Circle Magnets $2.49 ....Found in the screw & Nails section





How to Perform an Alignment on Your Car at Home
TheCousinDan shows you how to align the steering on your car at home. All you need is a piece of fishing line, a tape measure, a marker, and some buckets.





How To Adjust/Check Wheel/Tire Toe Alignment diy w/ tape measure easy and cheap
I am not a mechanic but this is how I do my own Front Toe Wheel Alignment. Take any of this information and use it at your own risk. If you don't feel comfortable with what's on this video, then take your car to a shop for an alignment. Also, know what your toe alignment specs should be before you begin in order to adjust it to specs. My car calls for No-Toe for the front wheels. Other vehicles might call for a bit of toe in or out depending on the type of car. A quick google search for your specific car's alignment specs will help.





Front Wheel Alignment, With a Tape Measure
Front Wheel Alignment, With a Tape Measure.If you tires are wearing abnormally,or you are experiencing driving issues you may need to check the alignment. In this video I show how I check the toe on cars and trucks.There are many ways of doing this job. You can use Strings from front to back or as I do it with a tape measure. Sometimes to center the steering wheel you may have to make adjustments to tie rods on both sides of the vehicle.Also before attempting to check alignment or make any adjustments You need to check and make sure you do not have any worn out parts. If any parts are worn out you will not be able to check or adjust the alignment correctly. car repair, wtbm123





How to Align Your Car Yourself
DIY Wheel alignment - QuickTrick





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