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Kia Magentis / Optima (2000 release)

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The collapse of the rear wheels



The collapse of the rear wheels:

  • -30 '? 30' to the conventional suspension
  • 38 '? 30' for high suspension
  1. Before testing and wheel alignment rear suspension must be free from worn, loose or damaged parts.
  2. The collapse in the manufacture of vehicle mounted and can not be adjusted.
  3. If the collapse does not correspond to demanded values, replace bent or damaged parts.




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