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Hi all,

I'm after some advice from anyone who understands what they are looking at for wheel geometry.
This is a report given to me by a VW dealer to address issues I found on test drive with steering wheel being off center and front tyre looking worn on the edge. They said 4 wheel alignment has now been performed and this is the report they sent me.

Does the report tell if anything has been found out of alignment? ( and if so, anything massively out )
Does it tell me anything has been adjusted?


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Good luck with deciphering that buddy, I'm an ex tyre fitter (ATS) and even I've never seen anything like that... 馃槼
 

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does the car go straight if you let go of the steeringwheel on a straight road if it does than they have sorted it out... if it still pulls to one side you can bring it back.
 

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There is no real rear adjustment, so they're lying when they said 4 wheel.

Front alignment looks fine, no real toe. Camber doesn't kill tyres, toe does. Mileage, driving style, air pressure, tyre type all matter.
 
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