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Hello everyone I just have a couple questions regarding my alignment situation. I have a 2015 ultimate stock suspension with around 32k miles. I was having a pull to the left so I recently got an alignment and the issue is still there. So I'm wondering if the front caster/camber is the reason I'm getting the pull. The place I went to said they can't adjust the front caster/camber and based off everything I read on the forum the dealership can't do much either. I'm also having a rubbing feeling in the steering wheel that happens only when going over 75 MPH. I can live with the pull to the left but the rubbing feeling is what really concerns me it just randomly started happening. I'll post a link to the alignment sheet they gave me any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
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Hello everyone I just have a couple questions regarding my alignment situation. I have a 2015 ultimate stock suspension with around 32k miles. I was having a pull to the left so I recently got an alignment and the issue is still there. So I'm wondering if the front caster/camber is the reason I'm getting the pull. The place I went to said they can't adjust the front caster/camber and based off everything I read on the forum the dealership can't do much either. I'm also having a rubbing feeling in the steering wheel that happens only when going over 75 MPH. I can live with the pull to the left but the rubbing feeling is what really concerns me it just randomly started happening. I'll post a link to the alignment sheet they gave me any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
https://imgur.com/oSb6t0t
Have them loosen the bolts to the front subframe and adjust caster that way.
Once caster is adjusted and much as it can be, then toe and camber can be adjusted.

There are official camber bolts that hyundai sells.

The other option is to get after market control arms.
 

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There are two bolts that keep the subframe pinned. Located half way between the front and rear mounts. You have to remove these to move the subframe any. Then loosen the mounts and get out a crow bar.

I have not done this on the Gen Coupe though. I did on a FWD car. But the Gen Coupe has the trans bolted to the body at the trans mount. 4 small bolts to remove. May have to slot the mount bolt holes, I don't know.

I had a pull to the right and I used some adjustable tension arms to push the right front tire more forward and move the left tire back to even the camber out. I would rather try the subframe way though.
 

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Based.on those readings it seems unlikely that the static alignment is causing the pulling condition.

I've also got a 2015 ultimate that tends to pull. I've roadforced and straight tracked the tires, including side to side rotations, No change. Did the alignment, no change. My numbers were similar to yours.

No loose anything that I've found, but, I did get my Uniq subframe collars in and they're going on tomorrow. From the sounds of it, that could be my issue, and if it does ill let you know (root cause of misc noises and handling concerns seems to be subframe shifting). Maybe I'm too optimistic, but it shouldn't get anything but better from the reviews and posts I've read.
 

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Based.on those readings it seems unlikely that the static alignment is causing the pulling condition.

I've also got a 2015 ultimate that tends to pull. I've roadforced and straight tracked the tires, including side to side rotations, No change. Did the alignment, no change. My numbers were similar to yours.

No loose anything that I've found, but, I did get my Uniq subframe collars in and they're going on tomorrow. From the sounds of it, that could be my issue, and if it does ill let you know (root cause of misc noises and handling concerns seems to be subframe shifting). Maybe I'm too optimistic, but it shouldn't get anything but better from the reviews and posts I've read.
The issue is the caster as I said earlier in the thread.
caster angle is the axis of the front wheels when steering. On a flat surface there shouldn't be any pulling. On a rutted or crested surface, say a worn road, the difference in caster angle is going to cause 1 wheel to behave differently that the other, the wheel with more caster angle is the one that is going to be pulling.
Caster angle on the car is not adjustable from the factory.

As Red said before, the alignment bolts for the subframe isn't going to give much adjustment.

The theory is, adjusting the subframe to fix caster angle. This will throw off the camber and toe angles, but those are adjustable with out modifying those geometeries.
 

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Ok. Keep me posted as to how this turns out. Put my collars in and had it aligned just a little while ago so nothing to report on that just yet.
 

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So I found out what the rubbing was and it's the wheel hub/bearing. Does anyone know if this is covered under warranty? I haven't done any suspension or wheels yet but I think I remember reading somewhere that the wheel hub is covered under the bumper to bumper.
 

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So I found out what the rubbing was and it's the wheel hub/bearing. Does anyone know if this is covered under warranty? I haven't done any suspension or wheels yet but I think I remember reading somewhere that the wheel hub is covered under the bumper to bumper.
5yr/60k miles or, if you're original owner it's 10 yr / 100k miles.
 

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5yr/60k miles or, if you're original owner it's 10 yr / 100k miles.
Yeah that's what I thought too. I have a 2015 CPO and it has like 34kish.. so it looks like another dealership visit I hate waiting all day oh well at least it's covered. Then after that order rims/coils hahah
 
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