pcous Posted September 7, 2021 Share Posted September 7, 2021 Hi all, Our 2007 Alphard has been pulling left regardless of road camber. Standard wheel alignment / new tyres have made no difference and I was advised to seek 4-wheel alignment - although the rear axle is fixed and rear wheels cannot be adjusted... The results were interesting - NSR toe is 0˚05' [OK]; OSR toe is -0˚38' [definitely not OK]. So, as I understand it the OSR is toeing out, which I'm told is causing the vehicle overall to pull left (because the rear is heading right). I'm told there's no play in the rear bushes and everything looks fine. So, before considering getting the rear axle replaced (which I'm obviously not keen on) I wondered if anyone else has experienced a similar problem and whether there's any way of compensating for this. All ideas welcome... Regards, pcous Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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