<VV> LM Rear End Alignment

shortle shortle556 at earthlink.net
Sat May 14 15:00:53 EDT 2016

Probably yes Gary. But what I have done is bring the shop manual over to the alignment shop showing them how to set the camber and toe in adjustments (no caster angle on the rear suspension) and explaining what you did and what you need. Any competent alignment shop should be able to do this work as the principles are the same even though our cars are different than most anything else they deal with. Be sure they know to loosen the bolts/nuts on the slotted brackets and then retighten after they are finished. Probably a 4 wheel alignment should be done IMO. I had mine done at Good year (of all places). Good luck! Let us know how it turns out and who did it for you.
Timothy Shortle in Durango Colorado 81301

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>From: edward szuch via VirtualVairs <virtualvairs at corvair.org>
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>Subject: <VV> LM Rear End Alignment
>I've just rebuilt the rear end suspension on my 66 Corsa and now need an
>I'm thinking since there aren't many Corvair shops around, would a Corvette
>shop specializing in Gen 2/3 models be a good place to go?  Many basic
>similarities in the design.  Any suggestions or experiences to share?
>Gary Szuch
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