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Alignment factory adjustment provisions- 2010 Silverado 1500

Discussion in 'Chevy Silverado Forum (GMC Sierra)' started by Trucking, Apr 1, 2013.

  1. Trucking

    Trucking Member

    What are the stock factory front suspension alignment adjustment provisions for a 2010 Silverado 1500 LT 2WD? Just toe, or is camber/caster also adjustable?
  2. j cat

    j cat Rockstar 4 Years 1000 Posts

    before you get an alignment make sure the strut springs did not sag. after you install new struts/springs then get the alignment.

    when the front springs sag then the alignment will be off. not sure on the 2010 but toe and camber should be adjustable enough , as long as the front did not sag too much .

    do you have tire wear issues ?
  3. Trucking

    Trucking Member

    I don't have any uneven tire wear. The steering wheel is very slightly off center so I need to center it with the tie rods and reset the toe. I just don't know if caster and camber are adjustable from the factory. Or not. Are camber and caster adjustable from the factory? Thanks.
  4. j cat

    j cat Rockstar 4 Years 1000 Posts

    if the steering wheel is off center but does not drift adjust the tie rods. no need to do a full alignment with good tread wear.

    I have found most times the wheel is to the driverside when going straight on a flat road.

    so you shorten the pass tie rod and make the driverside longer by about a 1/16-1/8 in.

    rotate 1/4 turn at each adj. .
  5. Trucking

    Trucking Member

    Thanks, but my question is whether or not caster and camber are adjustable on this factory stock truck.
  6. BowTieFan1

    BowTieFan1 Member

    Yes, it is. Frame angle is first measured, then form an average measurement, the caster and camber adjustments are made by rotating the offset cam bolt and the cam in the slotted frame bracket in order to reposition the control arm.
  7. Trucking

    Trucking Member

    Thanks. Just didn't know if the eccentrics were already installed at the factory. Another car I own has complete adjustability but the OEM eccentrics have to be installed first.

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