Hello, I forgot to mention and all you Carry owners might note:There is no such thing as wheel alignment on these units.The specifications are all preset by the builders and can't be altered.It is all reative,so all the parts need to be in good condition,so the setup is right. The only adjustment that can be made properly is toe in/out!
The caster,camber,etc is factory set and not adjustable. In an accident,well it's just hammer and hope like hell!!! Sorry!!!
im new to this site and i also have a suzuki scrum here in cebu. i have been thinking of buying new set of wheels for my van. i have a weird case here that u might wanna read.
im planning to have 2 sets of wheels for my scrum, since this is the only vehicle that i have. i use my zuki going to the office and also going to our province in bogo almost twice a month.
example: each set has their own RIMS.
set A: 13" with 50 series yokohama tires - city
set B: 13" with stock tires (PUJ's multicabs) -rural trips
ive got couple of questions here that you might wanna check out:
1. if i will have set A and B aligned, will the car keep the alignment or the wheels(rims)?
2. will this create some kinda damage on the car?
3. do you have any idea on how much a 50 series tire would cost nowdays? nankang or yokohama...