Thanks for choosing Toyota of Richardson as your resource for 2013 Toyota 4Runner reviews. These are my numbers, which are good. Installing adjustable upper control arms to increase caster can really make it stick in turns. Either way my alignment is good now, and I got a decent deal on my new tires which feel so much better now, so I'm satisfied the reason for the odd wear is bolded above. I will take it on the highway tomorrow and see how she tracks. Heck, that is less than a tenth of a degree! Toe is the easiest and most commonly adjusted angle, and it is also what causes tire wear. There is also an optional sliding rear cargo deck that can extend several inches beyond the rear bumper to form a makeshift picnic table or seat.
Just like rfsdave, I have done more alignments in my career than I care to think about. I would not like my steering wheel to shake while driving above 55 mph. Just picked up the 4Runner and some of the actual final numbers are in red. It would not have changed pulling at all because your caster is unchanged. Here is where things get tricky. Thanks this is a good read about alignment and the tundras: its hard to tell what the wandering problem could be without seeing your alignment sheet. Another note: I know that so many techs I have met over the years always say that toe should be set perfectly to zero so that there is no tire wear at all.
The adhesive attaching the hood scoop may weaken, allowing the hood scoop to detach from the vehicle. What is amazing is how off the numbers were from the dealership alignment - crazy. As I stated, most shops offer free checks and those that don't will have a different price for a check then the work. Only reason I was was concerned was because it took them like 10minutes to do the alignment. Additional Info Additional Info Free Shipping Free Ground Shipping! I bought a set of oem 20inch wheels off a 2013 4runner limited. My natural instinct is to insist on all green, within tolerances, spec since I paid them to do an alignment, but if it sometimes hard to achieve after a lift and the variances are minor, should I even worry about it? Regardless, it is the current state that matters. And think about it, realistically you are not going to notice any excessive wear in a tire at a mere 0.
Seems to me that alignment wasn't really an issue for this. Get your print out and look at it. The Toyota 4Runner reviews are recorded by experienced vehicle authors. So changes were made and its properly aligned now. With the numbers you have, you must drift all over at highway speeds. To start with, I would go back and talk to the guy who did the work and get him to improve on his effort. The dealer adjusted the toe to some degree and it now seems to have trouble tracking on the highway - maybe wandering is a better way to describe it.
Most shops offer free alignment checks and only charge if they have to make an adjustment. I'm happy that it's good. And they fit the rear, which has a drum brake, but barely, there is not much clearance. I agree with that your Caster should be higher, and that with your low caster value you're constantly going to be making minor adjustments on the highway, and bump steer is going to be worse. Only reason I was was concerned was because it took them like 10minutes to do the alignment.
The 2013 Toyota 4Runner is part of a generation that launched in 2010 and saw updates in 2014. And think about it, realistically you are not going to notice any excessive wear in a tire at a mere 0. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety named the 2013 4Runner a Top Safety Pick. Only reason I was was concerned was because it took them like 10minutes to do the alignment. Scan our Quick List below to find out why! There is a difference between a check, and actually having work done. Toe is the easiest and most commonly adjusted angle, and it is also what causes tire wear. I had the alignment done yesterday.
Toyota of Richardson is your safe bet in Dallas - Ft. I just wanted to make sure the alignment wasn't causing this. Those values are what the angles are supposed to be based on an alignment for a stock 2016 4Runner. Caster also helps the steering wheel go back to center. This should allow the rest of the sleeve to be driven out.
Of course some places don't care and will set an alignment to whatever the owner wants, without caring. If nothing is bent or wore out, there's no reason one side can't match the other, regardless of lift. Compare that to the cost of updating your aligner every year! Regardless, it is the current state that matters. And think about it, realistically you are not going to notice any excessive wear in a tire at a mere 0. I believe the spec on that is around 2. Can you advise on the proper Offset and rim width I should used for such installation. Before measurements: Left front : camber 0.