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    hey wondering if anyone can help i put car into local garage to get wheel allignment checked as the steering wheel sitting off cente , it was reading slightly out but the garage could not adjust track rods ,,,are they adjustable or not ????? i changed out both lower arms and rear stability bushes so i know they ok cheers ,,,,,,,
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottyd View Post
    hey wondering if anyone can help i put car into local garage to get wheel allignment checked as the steering wheel sitting off cente , it was reading slightly out but the garage could not adjust track rods ,,,are they adjustable or not ????? i changed out both lower arms and rear stability bushes so i know they ok cheers ,,,,,,,
    What the garage are probably saying is the track rods have reached their adjustment limit. Is this the case?
     
     

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    What they prob mean is that the trackrods are scezied, common problem,
    Renew them, you may need some heat to shift the old ones, put some copper greese on threads to prevent this again. Have tracking done straight after. hope you sort it.:
     
     

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