• An inadequately aligned car may pull to one side because of camber, it can also have other steering problems because of caster. • Caster is the angle of the steering pivot. When viewed from the side, the caster may cause the steering pivot to lean back or forward. • If the steering pivot is too negative the car may wander on the road while you drive. This makes steering in a straight line a constant battle. If it is positioned too far forward, or positive, it could make the steering jerky and too stiff. • Caster, Camber & Toe can be measured with QuickTrick™ Alignment Products that include the caster/camber gauge and setup. You can visit the website for more tips and how to’s in Alignment 101 & QuickTrickapedia at www.quicktrickalignment.com.
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