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Anyone here know how to align the wheels on a Maserati Coupe?

I have access to a Hunter Aligner, but Im not sure if it comes with the videos, images, or basic info for aligning the rear and front tires... I know it has them for Hondas lol!

Any help would be appreciated greatly :]
 

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Anyone here know how to align the wheels on a Maserati Coupe?

I have access to a Hunter Aligner, but Im not sure if it comes with the videos, images, or basic info for aligning the rear and front tires... I know it has them for Hondas lol!

Any help would be appreciated greatly :]
sorry i couldnt help but read and re-read your post.

i love your DIY spirit.

i have access to a pair of scissors too, i wonder if they have video of how to cut your own hair... may be i should get a flow-be or whatever it is called...
 

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Alignment

Settings are on here somewhere, I asked for the set up figs and they were kindly posted. To be honest, I would get a proper shop to do it. You can get aload of shims from Maserati for very little money and then any competent shop with a 4 wheel alignment system should be able to do it. It isn't rocket science !

DIY could get you into all sorts of trouble !
 

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Settings are on here somewhere, I asked for the set up figs and they were kindly posted. To be honest, I would get a proper shop to do it. You can get aload of shims from Maserati for very little money and then any competent shop with a 4 wheel alignment system should be able to do it. It isn't rocket science !

DIY could get you into all sorts of trouble !
You are correct, and being in the business that I am in, I would not want a rocket scientist aligning anything on my Maserati. :D

However, I would look for someone who knows that type of work and have them do it for me. Sometimes the least expensive way to do something is give the job to a specialist.
 

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You are correct, and being in the business that I am in, I would not want a rocket scientist aligning anything on my Maserati. :D

However, I would look for someone who knows that type of work and have them do it for me. Sometimes the least expensive way to do something is give the job to a specialist.
Hear Hear!
 

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I don't know if FormulaDynamics does this kind of stuff but I always like getting a car aligned by a professional that also races. They will be able to give you a aggressive setup with 1 degree camber etc. You'll have to rotate your tires a bit more often but the ride is amazing.
 
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