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Author: Subject: GEO - How much rear toe?
bonesetter

posted on 23/3/11 at 05:14 PM Reply With Quote
GEO - How much rear toe?

I currently have 1.9mm (L) & 2.3mm (R) toe-in. Front turn-in feels good, but the rear wanders a bit and I'm thinking of dialing in more toe-in to help.

While I know it's a case of try half a turn and see, I was wondering if anyone runs more (or less) than these amounts

Cheers

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franky

posted on 23/3/11 at 05:24 PM Reply With Quote
silly question but why are they not the same?
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RickRick

posted on 23/3/11 at 05:29 PM Reply With Quote
my guess would be only half turn adjustmeants on the top wishbone?
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bonesetter

posted on 23/3/11 at 05:30 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by franky
silly question but why are they not the same?


The nature of the adjustment means half a rose jt turn at a time...

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bonesetter

posted on 23/3/11 at 05:31 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by RickRick
my guess would be only half turn adjustmeants on the top wishbone?


Beat me to it

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johnH20

posted on 23/3/11 at 08:40 PM Reply With Quote
I don't claim to be an expert but 4.2 mm total toe sounds an awful lot. I am sure my Westfield had less than that ( cannot remember the number ) and my Elise ( not directly comparable I agree ) which has been set up professionaly has only got 2 mm total. I suspect you have another problem - bump steer?
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