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Old 06-20-2013, 08:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Has any one got any idea's I have put 31inch tires on my zuki and at low speed or when I slow down for a stop light or so I get a bad speed wobble I have put a heavy duty shock on it and it have got better but it's still there but very small a friend told me to check my diff angle he said that he thinks mine is a bit on the up side,the front diff angle is at 12 on the angle finder what should it be at please can any one help.thanks for reading look for wood to your feed back
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You're caster angle should be at - 3 deg. if that helps.
Sounds as if yore's is set at Zero. This will cause wander on deceleration.
It can also cause death wobble.
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Thanks boxcar I will look in to it.where should I put my angle finder on my axel,at the moment I have been putting it on the bottom of the diff have you got any ideas where else it can go.thanks for your response boxcar
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Remove the tire. Draw an imaginary line between the upper and lower king pins.
Upper pin should be to the rear of the lower 3-5 degrees.
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