- Nov 29, 2021
- Reaction score
- South Florida
- Ram Year
- 2017 1500 Sport Night
- 5.7 Hemi
Yes, on a stock truck you "might" get away with not having to reset the steering angle sensor, but when you lift a truck the sensor is looking for the steering wheel's last position in regards to the alignment that it had previous ... so your steering wheel will never be centered until the SAS is reset ...Is this something I should specifically mention to make sure they fix?
Good info! I will make sure I relay that to the guys at 4WP tomorrowHave whoever is aligning your truck zero in the toe right at zero first before they adjust anything else ... if you do that then your caster will be fine if its within the range of 2.9 - 4.5 so that it wants to drive as straight as possible ... you can get away with as little caster possible so that the tires don't fight each other when driving down the road ...
So again make sure they adjust the TOE first and have it close to 0 as possible ...
I would never trust 4WP with my truck, here in California the four 4WPs I have gone to in the past were worse than the last alignment shop that tried to align my truck ...Good info! I will make sure I relay that to the guys at 4WP tomorrow