[A4] front control arms

Nick Thompson sfdaytona at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 5 09:28:30 EST 2005

What you have to do is find a shop that can do
bump-steer adjustments. For the Audi's, there is a
special tool to get it right.  You don't have to use
the tool, but it helps a great deal. 



--- Richard Hurt <rnhurt at gmail.com> wrote:

> Tom,
> I installed the same kit (Meyle?) on my 98.5 A4Q and
> everything is
> working great.  Have you tried a different alignment
> shop?  I had to
> shop around to find one that had the proper tools
> for my Quattro and
> ended up going to the top of the line shop (around
> here anyway :). 
> They did a great job and I've had no problems to
> date.
> Later...
>   Richard
> On Tue, 4 Jan 2005 17:29:18 -0800, thomas stanton
> <gatotom at verizon.net> wrote:
> > help.... last month I ordered a front control arm
> set from ECS tuning and no sooner than I got the
> parts I got the recall in the mail. Last week I had
> my local mechanic install the parts, no problem
> until the front end alignment. Now the car pulls to
> the left and he couldn't get it to go straight. So,
> took it to another shop to align, they can't seem to
> find the problem and this guy told me to take it to
> the Audi dealer. Does anybody have any ideas???
> > 
> > Tom
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