0 rear toe on this car would be challenging to drive at highway speeds. 2/32-3/32 per side is what I run. That means the difference between the front of the wheel and back of the wheel measurements is 2-3/32.Should all wheels be perpendicular to the fish line; hence zero toe?
I will also re-read this and other threads for the answer to that question. I remember from earlier reading that some people setup front wheels with a tiny bit of negative or toe-in; which pulls back a little (to near zero or maybe some positive toe) during acceleration... right? -No wrong, see post-40
My goals are DD with best possible tire wear.
The toe in/out with acceleration theory is, frankly, wrong. Until I see someone actually prove it on a real car with instrumented measurements, I won't believe it. In all my testing, including DD and aggressive autocross, 0 front toe is best.