1. Andrewwoey

    Andrewwoey Loyal Comrade

    Thanks, Andy.
  2. kev the builder

    kev the builder Loyal Comrade

    I do my own on all my cars
  3. Ian

    Ian Loyal Comrade

    Great Kev...Just thought I'd have it doe at a tyre specialist I use, locally....in respect of the rear wheel alignments too. Regards, Ian
  4. kev the builder

    kev the builder Loyal Comrade

    In a previous life I used to work in a garage and we had a four wheel alignement setup you used to lift the car up on the lift and fit it onto four stands which were about three feet tall then a transmitter was fitted to each wheel and connected to a computer you then turned the steering lock to lock and locked the steering in the straight ahead position the computer would then show the readout of all four wheels in red or green for toe,caster and camber on a car where adjustment was possible you could get it all spot on which made a huge difference to the handling unfortunately it was only as good as the user
  5. Wartburg353W

    Wartburg353W Loyal Comrade

    Well being as everything's computerized now and nobody has a Trabant in their computer, you must have a bored or underemployed tire shop willing to mess with your car! Not to mention it doesn't fit on the rack- I think most owners do it the low tech way described in the how to manuals. Trabants are all about self-help!
  6. Ian

    Ian Loyal Comrade

    All sorted now...as I got a Gunson's Trackrite, which did the job brilliantly/siply...and all for less than the tracking test/adjustment at the garge would have been. Many thanks for eveyone's help and comments though! Appreciated.
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