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New upper and lower control arms new tire rod ends new swaybar bushings and links

Performing alignment: rear end aligned perfectly. I moved to the front and I can get the camber and caster perfect but is soon as I change toe the camber goes out and so I re-adjust camber and toe goes out and I go back-and-forth between the two and can’t get both perfect?

Any thoughts?

I’m baffled how toe can affect camber if the eccentric’s are all tight in the bushings are all new.
 

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Use a machine that is calibrated to the touareg. Work in the order specified by the notes on the machine.
 

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A related note - not so relevant to the OP’s question but for those with air suspension, please set the suspension height to normal before aligning ;-)
 

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I’m using my Hunter Hawkeye alignment rack -so all of the above suggestions are covered.
Ride height setting/measuring is one of the steps to the alignment.
 
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