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Old 03-29-2014, 02:45 AM   #1
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Hello, I just bought a Rialta 22q, the chassis is 1998, but the Winnebago spec says 1999 and the title says 1998. Anyway, I need the front end alignment specs and can't find them anywhere in all the books I got with it, or anywhere online. It just got new inner/outer tie rods. Can anyone on here supply the specs? Thanks!

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If you go to this URL the specs are for a 2003 Rialta but should be the same for your R.

http://www.justanswer.com/car/.....erent.html

Also here is more information that you should check on as there has been problems with the real axle breaking at the wheel hub.

http://www.arfc.org/complaints.....oblem.aspx

Also you can find specs on your Rialta at this URL.

http://www.rialtainfo.com/

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Here are the specs on front wheel alignment.
You should verify, but most likely you need to
use VW Group 2 alignment specs. Here are the numbers for a fully loaded vehicle:

Standing height: 248 +/- 2 mm
Toe per wheel
(wheels not pressed): -10' +/-10'
Overall toe (wheels not pressed): -20'
+/-20'
Camber (in straight ahead position): -1°5' +0'/-40'
Maximum
permissible difference between sides: 30'
Toe-out angle with steering wheel
turned 20° to left and right: 2°10' +/-30' Caster (for zero vehicle tilt):
+3°30' +/-30'
Maximum permissible difference between sides: 1°

The numbers are a bit different for lighter
loads, but we're basically always loaded, so those are the ones I would use. It
seems to me that -1°5' +0'/-40' should barely be noticeable.

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Hi Duane


I have Rialta 98 rd / VW 97.


Can I use this same wheel alignment specs for my RV?


Thanks


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Old 04-30-2015, 07:59 AM   #5
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Default 1998/99 Rialta front end alignment specs?



All of them that I've checked so far use the same specs. I'm not quite sure on the ones with the 5 cylinder engine though.



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