tedodyssey i just did the same thing with my 300 touring and now i have the exact same problem u are having by any chance did u get the problem corrected and how can u please email me or anyone else that knows how to fix the pull to the right problem after u replace the tie rod end my email is [email protected] i have my wheels sitting at my house brand new and do not want to put the on until the problem is corrected.I posted this in the suspension area and got no responses, so I thought I would post it here. Any input would be appreciated....
I'm going through the inside of my right side tires and figure I have a camber problem. I'm getting ready to put all new rubber on, so I want to correct it now. Here are my specs
LF Camber -.3 Caster 10.1
RF Camber -.8 Caster 10.7
LR Camber -.6
RR Camber -1.1
Front toe and rear thrust are both correct.
So my plan is to put the camber bolt kit on the front right which should move it to -.5. And I suppose I will need to get a adjustable bushing for the rear. Napa has a .75 that should bring the rear back into place. Seems a cradle shift in not a good idea, cause it would move the camber issue to the other side and the left side is right on. I think all I need to do is address the one side.
My question is, if I do the camber bolt kit in the front right will I need to re align the front end, or will the toe change? Also has anyone done it and how difficult is it?
Same for the rear, how difficult is it to put the bushing in. Do you need any special tools, or can this be done in a garage and a weekend.
Also, and suggestions, i.e. should I use a bolt kit for the caster, or leave it alone. Running 255 45 20s stock height.
yes i got the cradle shifted and allignment front and rear are on point! go to a good allignment shop like a good year.