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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 12-11-2008, 05:11 PM Thread Starter
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Front Toe in Or out

Hey guys getting ready to put my mid travel kit on but need to know how much tow in or out, to put into it.
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You want a very little bit of toe-in, otherwise it will handle a little squirrely

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I try to set mine with about a 1/4" of toe-in.

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If you run in 4wd alot you should be anywhere from a 16th to a quarter toed out if you are a 2wd guy and eighth to a quarter toed in.

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If you run in 4wd alot you should be anywhere from a 16th to a quarter toed out if you are a 2wd guy and eighth to a quarter toed in.
Why do you want it toed out in 4X4?



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Why do you want it toed out in 4X4?
Yes please explain!
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Yea i thought toed out gives more stability but a little more bump stear. maybe i have it backwards. might explain why it is a little edgy to drive since i replaced the rack and toed it out about a 16th-1/4..... one more question for you guys... grease.... i am using 101 moly. and going to mix 1/4 anti sieze (my spelling sucks) we do it on the long travel rails, the molly seems to get real loose when ridden hard. or period just seems to get loose, the anti sieze tends to make it more sticky and stays together. any opinions?
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Tow out is gonna make some twitchy tight turns , fun!!!(I run this way in my rhino and car) .. Most peeps set the tow in 2-6 degrees ..gonna make you go straight as an arrow and make thing more stable.. when the car pushes forward everything tightens up and you fo back to zero degrees.Thats my story and I'm stickin too it

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Tow out is gonna make some twitchy tight turns , fun!!!(I run this way in my rhino and car) .. Most peeps set the tow in 2-6 degrees ..gonna make you go straight as an arrow and make thing more stable.. when the car pushes forward everything tightens up and you fo back to zero degrees.Thats my story and I'm stickin too it
Even though you have a passion for all natural milk duds I would have to agree with you!

I don't see why it would matter as far as 2wd or 4x4 though?

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Going with the same theory, maybe the pull of the front wheels pulls them forward bringing in the toe?

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