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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 21-04-2012, 20:49 Thread Starter
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A cure at last.

After moving my front tyres for the back and visa versa I noticed how badly the rear tyres had worn on the out side and were perfect and untouched on the inside I decided to have a little play with adjusting the rear toe in that to me was way to high, any way,s I adjusted the toe to practicably nothing and now I seem to have cured the problem of the rear end stepping out on mid corner man hole covers and also in a straight line the car feels very planted ( before a bit twitchy) so all in all I am pleased with myself. Also the steering wheel is still in the quarter to three position so I think I have the toe in equal on both sides.

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How did you measure the rear toe to practically nothing?

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post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old 22-04-2012, 19:29
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Of course you can't check the true behavior of the car if you are still running on those badly worn tyres.

As post above; how did you check the toe in/out ????








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