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    E. TN.
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    '15 Cayman base
  • Future cars
    who knows what
  • Former cars
    TR 2,3,4, '60 Porsche 356, '62 mini cooper s, '64 tiger, '07mini cooper s, '09 mini cooper s, '05 legacy turbo, '14 WRX
  1. Greetings from E. TN. Found this info while searching for the specs. I had my '15 Cayman aligned @ 2 places & the print out was similar in showing the results. Neither one used the ' sign as shown in the above values. Front & rear toe are shown as 0.04degree (f) & 0.14degree (R) Camber & caster are listed in degrees as well. Sooo, what does -20' +- 15' mean in degrees ? Thanks for your reply, Loren & the great info.
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