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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-16-2018, 02:09 PM Thread Starter
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Camber/Toe? 2007 660 Ishock 3.5 MT with elkas

hello this is my first post here, been lurking for months!
anyway, I have a 2007 660 rhino w/4 seat cage that I just put mid travel suspension on (bought from Intro2Rhino finally got it all installed the other day and was wondering since there is no info I can get from iShock about the settings what good numbers would be.

Ride height sits 12" front, 11" rear
Camber Front ~ -2.5
Camber Rear ~ -1.5
Toe in Front 52" F to 53" R
Rear tires seem toed in slightly but I have not measured.

I took a spin around the block and she drives straight as an arrow and centers itself from a turn once I let go of the wheel.

does this sound pretty fair? or should I take it to a shop? I was quoted anywhere from 200-500 dollars... whew

im happy to be here in the forums finally and appreciate any input, if yall want pics of it installed then I can try and get some good ones but my phone camera lense has a crack down the center.
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Take it to a shop to do what and what is the cost for? Surely you don't mean an alignment
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Yes, i was speaking of an alignment. Everything seems like its good but i have no reference point. Front lower arms are adjustable at the frame mounts with 32mm cam bushings and same for upper in the rear. Are the rear supposed to be toe'd in? I tend to overthink everything so if im just way out of line then i apologize

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