Originally Posted by amc49
You realize of course if you set rear at dead zero static then it will be slightly toe out when car moving from rubber bushing and other part deflection right? A slight toe out like that could easily make the car do what OP complained of. I'd be looking for ever so slight toe in that would neutral out to zero while moving. Even a bit of toe in there acceptable, it makes the rear stay better on a set line.
true, but put even a bag of groceries in the trunk and the compression of the springs will cause toe in. also many people keep stuff in there trunk permanently. i know i've got some boots, a shovel, windsheild fluid and some oil.
i dont believe that a very slight toe out will cause the wobble. I also want to avoid much static toe in, as putting alot in your trunk (or compressing hte springs coing around a corner) will cause a lot of toe in which IMO is worse.
anyways i think we can all agree that minimal toe in in the rear is called for (between 0 and v.slight)