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Did a search and couldn't find these, only specs for 987's. I would like the OEM alignment specs for 981 Porsche's. If it makes a difference, I have a 2013 Boxster S, no PASM, no X73 or whatever the special suspension pieces were called.
My Boxster is down to about 4/32+ tread after 9700 miles so getting very close to new tires. I figure to do tires and alignment all in one visit.
Also, any recommendations would be helpful. I am a street driver only with very few autocrosses and no longer doing DE, to hard on my wallet :hilarious:
So basically looking for good streetablility and would like to not use my tires up in 9700 miles.

Thanks all.
 

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I do 4 wheel alignment whenever tires are replaced. Just replaced rears on my 2016 Cayman. Only the Caster was out slightly on front right and left rear. I have the specs but mine are for X73 suspension on the car.l
 

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Interesting, first time I have seen this forum stumped. Maybe the weekend will provide some answers.
 

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I'm sure the specs are here somewhere, I found them. Though I only took notes for X73, as that's what I have:

Fr toe. -3' - +7'
Fr camber 0.6- 1.1


Rr toe 13' - 3'
Rr camber. 1.4 - 1.9
 

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I'm sure the specs are here somewhere, I found them. Though I only took notes for X73, as that's what I have:

Fr toe. -3' - +7'
Fr camber 0.6- 1.1


Rr toe 13' - 3'
Rr camber. 1.4 - 1.9
Thanks but I'm pretty sure the base suspension has different specs than the X73.
 
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