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Old 06-25-2007, 04:46 AM   #1
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Default NCV3 Camber & Toe Adjustments

It's worth noting that owners of T1N chassis have recently posted about the inability to adjust the camber on their vehicles.

Those that have stumbled on this forum, read the thread and are concerned because they are either thinking of purchasing a 2007 Sprinter or have recently purchased, or ordered one and really sleep better knowing they have adjustable camber... see the attached PDFs.

Caster is not adjustable on the NCV3, as far as I can gleen from the manual.

-Jon
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Default Re: NCV3 Camber & Toe Adjustments

A little more information from Section 2 of the 2007 NAFTA Sprinter Service Manual


Specs in degrees - Inspection Coaching

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