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Old 12-17-2007, 03:01 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Geezer View Post
Absolutely correct and thanks for clarifying that. Some alignment racks still use degrees but I do not have any numbers based on those specifications..
in degrees the range is 0.15 to 0.35 toe in.

So basically you want it at 0.15 degrees.

Still wondering if its bad to go lower than .15....???

and after installing a suspension kit, the toe change will depend on wether or not you took out the inner bolt of the lower control arm. If you didnt, then it should change a bit, but will definitely go out of spec. If you did take it out, who knows how far off it is... Mine was at -.8/-1.11 degrees in the rear, - meaning toe out.
Originally Posted by Dennis_Grant
Remember this list: Bilstein; Penske; Koni; Ohlins; Sachs; Dynamic Suspension.

Not on this list? Almost certainly crap.
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