My wife has a 2004 hyundai sonata tat was in a light T-bone on the rear wheel several years ago. I replaced the lower control arm ball joint and bushing assembly on both sides. The side that was hit required me to cut the bushing bolt out because it was bent in the bushing. The rear tire on that side is visibly off camber and it will continue to eat the tire on the inside. When I look at the diagram for the rear suspention, I see what looks like a camber adjustment bolt in the diagram and I want to know if this is the camber adjustment. The car was repaired at a shop before I met my current wife and there is no body mounting issue and the strut was replaced. I'm no body mechanic but there must be a camber adjustment for the rear strut assembly, but I can't find squat on my web searches. Any input on this would be great so I can at least break the rusted bolt parts loose before I take it in for an alignment. I replaced both rear lower control arm ball joint and bushing assemblies, along with a rear sway bar control link on the accident side due to getting it back on the road for my step daughter. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated!2 AnswersMaintenance & Repairs4 years ago
It seems the YA quakberts are filtering the Q&A in favor of those that play into the YA guruville. That's a gem of an idea, only letting those who advertise to get post's in. This liberal world has really killed this site, it's no wonder yahoo has gone into the dumpster and laid off most of their staff. Good luck YA, this place has turned into a scrap heap!1 AnswerPolitics4 years ago
Would you trust a 747 collage boy "skipper" to save your life when they can't even describe how the plane they fly works?
I'll bet they are just as inept as a doctor that can't change a flat tire with the yellow and black instruction sheet in front of them to read.12 AnswersAircraft6 years ago
Is it just for the cabin air conditioning when the plane is on the tarmac waiting to taxi out to the runway?6 AnswersAircraft6 years ago
One last Q on the 747, what is the maximum dive rate that the wing and nacelles can handle structurally before -?
Wing disintegration occurs, also, what is the maximum clime rate with the JT9D engines before stall out?
Those other 50 year old guys like me need spectacles up close too! But back to the far sighted thing that makes pilots good at what they do. Is there a difference between being near and far sighted for pilots?
How long in time to point does it take a 747 to reach the max operational ceiling at full military escape trajectory loaded compared a C141?
Will the trusted member flag this down too?3 AnswersAircraft6 years ago
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