soldave Posted December 2, 2020 Report Share Posted December 2, 2020 My front wheels face in the same direction! Had this replacement track rod cut a tiny bit and adjusted so I have the right amount of toe in. The car doesn't want to crab any more so I'm happy. An alignment was done on the rear but no adjustments, so both are toeing out; I have -0°0.' toe on one side and -0°11' on the other. I know that aligned correctly it's got 0°25' of toe in, plus or minus 0°06'. Do we think that moving a single spacer from the rear radius arms on both sides would bring them into alignment a little better, or would it be multiple spacers? I know the best bet is to get it aligned once more but I'm just wondering if I move one or two spacers how much it's going to bring in the toe at the rear. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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