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Why does the L400 Delica Space Gear have so many “strange noises”? How to get rid of the noise and get younger

The undercarriage of the L400 Space Gear makes various noises, but why does it make so many strange noises from various parts of the undercarriage and why do various parts wear out? If you think about it in terms of humans. Poor posture, poor use of the legs, and undue strain on parts of the body. With that in mind for a moment, I did a L400 space gear alignment adjustment and the results were great, so I’ll let you know! It’s making noises all over the place. If you look at the access analysis of this site, the search term “L400 space gear noise” is what you will see. This car may be one of those rare cars that is really bothered by noise from the suspension. There is no end to the topics around here on other sites. I’ve been bothered by these noises myself. The source of the noise is usually the front suspension sway link or the upper arm & ball joint. What’s causing the noise? Why are there strange noises coming from the undercarriage? When you think about it, it’s the stabilizer links and ball joints that cause it, but if you think about it […]

L400 Space Gear tires and alignment are best specified by the manufacturer! The reason for this is.

Ride quality, steering feel, and tire reduction I think a lot of people have to wrack their brains over tire choice, pressure, etc. for these three things. I was one of those people. One of those? Yeah, I did. I’ve finally graduated from those worries. The alignment adjustment the other day gave me the inspiration to drive with an alignment that is closer to the stock values, and I’ve been able to adjust the tire pressure to the stock value. Front: 2.0 Rear: 1.8 to. There were only advantages. So let me talk about tire alignment, pressure, and other tire-related conditions here again. 225/80R/15 is in short supply! I guess there is no demand for this size. If you look for it, you’ll see that it’s quite scarce. Well, if you don’t have this size, I’d be fine with 30×9.5R15 or 235/75R15. Originally, this 225/80R15 was a rare size ・・・・. Is it just space gear? If you stick with this size, you may have less and less choice in the future. If you’re commuting or highway use, the vertically dug groove design is quiet. The L400 Space Gear comes with a standard [all-season] tire. It’s a tire that claims to […]

L400 Space Gear Wheel Alignment Adjustment and Working Edition

I’ll keep the current data. Always measure on a “flat surface”. If you don’t have a flat place, you can use the horizontal line of the laser marking machine and put a plywood or something on a low place to make it level. My wheel has a “hub cap”, so I shot the laser beam parallel to the car body at about 100mm from the hub cap, and measured the distance from the laser beam to the wheel on both the driver’s side and the passenger’s side. Driver’s side : 1mm out Passenger side: 3mm in TOTAL: 2 mm toe-in camber Driver’s side: 10mm negative Passenger side: 6mm negative TOTAL: 16mm Negative That’s the result! This is a completely messed up number! (especially camber) It’s no wonder the steering feel is so wrong with this one. I don’t know when I went crazy like this… Start working to achieve the specified toe and camber values of 0!   Fixing the Camber|Laying down the aluminum wheels Alignment must be adjusted with “grounded”, but it’s too small to work with when the car is normally stopped, so I jacked up the car with a garage jack and put the aluminum wheel without […]

L400 Wheel Alignment Adjustment|Riding comfort, steering feel, and road noise all improved!

You shouldn’t think, “I haven’t messed with it since I bought it, so it can’t be that crazy. Mine was crazy from the beginning. What is wheel alignment? “Wheel alignment” refers to the direction and position of the tires. With proper alignment, there is less fatigue from driving due to moderate straight-line performance and cornering performance and other steering stability. However, if the alignment is out of alignment… Since you can’t take your hands off the handlebars for a second, you get tired easily and your tires wear out on one side. In the case of space gears, premature wear and tear on the undercarriage components can also cause noise. Why do I need to check the wheel alignment? Automobiles are made so that the alignment can be adjusted originally, and they are fixed with bolts at the specified value when new, but since they are only bolted, there is a chance that they may shift with strong impacts. Furthermore, as the vehicle gets older, the spring will weaken in its ability to lift the vehicle and the height of the vehicle will be lowered. This will naturally cause the car’s suspension settings to become out of whack. “If you’ve […]