Originally Posted by SCCARACERGT
Wow, I would just like to say thank you to everyone who helped with this question. I guess if you don't know anything around here in this forum that you shouldn't ask anyone in here for help. Did I do some research looking at some previouse ,posts? Yes I did, but that doesn't mean that those people were running the same thing I was.
Here's a tip. Start out with at least one question that's in greater detail than "What's the best . . .". Providing some evidence that you actually have done some searching would go a long way (e.g. "I've seen suggestions of x.x* camber; would the same apply to my situation").
And Whoever complained about the caps lock thing is such a friggin baby. It would save half a second on what? Do you even realize that didn't make any sense. All I can say is wow. No onder why a lot of other car people don't like mustang owners. Get your heads out of your asses and take a look around.
Not everyone knows everything about road racing or autocrossing, but I know about manners and helpiong people out. I'm sorry I wasted all of your time withthis stupid question. Don't worry because this forum sucks ass anyway and I'm out. See you guys on the track.
Do you understand that your question is a request for technical assistance, and asking it here instead of at your local alignment shop differs only in your manner of communication and amount of payment. HOW MUCH HELP DO YOU THINK YOU'D GET FOR FREE IF YOU SHOUTED THE VERY SAME QUESTION AT THE TOP OF YOUR LUNGS RIGHT UP IN YOUR LOCAL FORD SHOP ALIGNMENT TECH'S FACE?
Translation for the internet-manners challenged: all caps IS the equivalent of shouting, which is considered by most to be somewhere between rude and ignorant. I'll let you figure out for yourself just where within that range your first post put you.
And grow a thicker skin; else you'll get your feelings hurt most any virtual place that you do anything more than lurk at. You're calling somebody else a baby over a politely stated suggestion made with a clear sprinkling of humor? Oh, the irony.
Not a Mustang owner (but good information and entertainment is where you find it).