Alignment specs for a chevrolet truck

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For the 2010 model year, Chevrolet sold three lines of pickup trucks, the Avalanche, the Colorado and the Silverado, which comes in 1500, 2500 and 3500 models. Each vehicle comes in several trims. The specs provided below should be applied only to the assigned vehicle and should not be used on any other models or trims of a Chevy truck. The rear alignment is not adjustable on any of the vehicles below.

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All Trims of the 2010 Avalanche With 18-Inch Tires

The caster should be set at plus 3.3 degrees on the left front tire and plus 3.5 degrees on the right front tire, with a variance of one degree relative to the ground. The ideal camber setting is minus 0.1 degrees, with a variance of 0.5 degrees. The ideal setting for the toe-in is 0.1 degrees, but it can range by 0.2 degrees.

All Trims of the 2010 Colorado 4x4 Except the Z71

The caster should be set at plus 3.8 degrees on the left front wheel and plus 4.0 degrees on the right front wheel, with a variance of one degree. The camber should be set at zero, but can range by 0.5 degrees. The toe-in should also be set at zero, but can range by 0.1 degree.

All Trims of the Silverado C/K 2500HD

The caster should be set at plus 3.25 degrees on the left front wheel and plus 3.5 degrees on the right front wheel, with a variance of one degree relative to the ground. The camber should be set at plus 0.25 degrees, but can range by 0.6 degrees. The toe-in should be set at 0.1 degree, but can range by 0.2 degrees.

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