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Old 04-25-2013, 01:33 PM   #7
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Positive toe is a major tire wearer then camber. Take a yard stick & hold it up to a rear wheel & that'd give you an idea, what your toe is. I'd check the alignment= front & rear. If they know what they're going, They'll drive the car on the rack & look under neath & chech the tire inflation, then setup the heads on the car, then set the rear toe 1st & then the front toe. I like to setup foci w/ o toe in the front & 0.10 per side max. Make sure the sw is straight.
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