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Hey guys, I just put on brand new tires on my ‘18 Accord Sport 1.5 and the tire center suggested that I’d get a wheel alignment due to some uneven wear they seen on the old tires when they pulled them off. I had the tires changed at Costco (they do not perform alignments), so I took it my car to Les Schwab for the alignment. It feels that my car was rushed when it was on the alignment rack (took the tech 15 minutes to complete the service) and I just feel like the specs are still off. It didn’t seem that it was a thorough job. Maybe I am wrong, but I am not an expert at what the proper alignment specs should be. I have included a picture of my alignment sheet. Thanks for your time and help!

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seems fine to me boss. the range for front toe is -0.08 to 0.08 and rear toe range is 0.04 to 0.16. your back wheels were already in spec so they didnt touch it. only front left toe was out of spec. they did exactly what they needed to. i just got mine aligned today and my front left toe was -0.4 and front right was 0.43. i could definitely feel i needed an alignment even though it drove straight as it turned a lot easier to the left than the right.
 

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seems fine to me boss. the range for front toe is -0.08 to 0.08 and rear toe range is 0.04 to 0.16. your back wheels were already in spec so they didnt touch it. only front left toe was out of spec. they did exactly what they needed to. i just got mine aligned today and my front left toe was -0.4 and front right was 0.43. i could definitely feel i needed an alignment even though it drove straight as it turned a lot easier to the left than the right.
Does the rear camber seem to spec as well? It seems that it is a bit too negative, but what are your thoughts?
 

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Does the rear camber seem to spec as well? It seems that it is a bit too negative, but what are your thoughts?
the range for rear camber is -2.2 to -0.7 according to the report i got, so you're good. it does seem quite high but i have always noticed on every accord ive seen, the back wheels are so much more slanted in than the front. i believe that is done for better handling characteristics.
 

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the range for rear camber is -2.2 to -0.7 according to the report i got, so you're good. it does seem quite high but i have always noticed on every accord ive seen, the back wheels are so much more slanted in than the front. i believe that is done for better handling characteristics.
Ok, thank you!
 
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