I said this to her in a PM, and it needs to be made clear here, so that others do not entice her to make changes to the new Ural rig, and then the dealer say it was all her fault for changing things. The ONLY thing I would check, and change, before taking it back to the Ural dealer, are the tire pressures.....period. Make 100 % certain that the tire pressures are exactly where they should be, and more specifically the tire pressure on that sidecar tire, since the rig wants to pull right all the time. After checking and adjusting tire pressures, if it still pulls to the right, THEN it is safe to assume the rig has indeed been set up WRONG, and the selling dealer needs to be given the right, and the responsibility, to make any immediate corrections, so the rig drives down the road straight and true. If @PhoenixGirl63 , or anyone else outside the selling dealer, makes ANY changes to the toe in, toe out, camber, etc., it would be very easy for the selling dealer to make the claim that it WAS right when it left there the first time, but "someone" else messed with the settings, so the selling dealer is not responsible for alterations that have been made to it, that NOW causes it to pull right. As I said to her in a PM, if it were me (and it was not), I would have turned that rig around in the first mile, and driven it straight back to the selling dealer, and insisted that the OWNER of the dealership take her rig for a drive. WHY the owner ? So that he/she can see how rigs are being delivered to buying customers, rather than have a "so-called" mechanic try to cover their own butts, by hiding the fact of a poorly delivered rig to a customer. Check tire pressures NOW....all three tires, but especially the sidecar tire. If it still pulls right, then immediately back to the selling dealer, and talk to the OWNER directly.