Originally posted by Smalls
Guys real quick questions.....
If I run a rear block... R 3+2
And run Losi rear carriers that are 1.5
Will I have 1.5 degree of rear Toe?
Somewhat of a late answer...
I do not know Losi rear hubs too well, and the few times that I did use them, I used 0degree hubs. I wanted to try different rear, outter camber link locations. I know of 0, .5, and 1degree rear hubs for the Losi, but this is the first I have heard of 1.5degree rear hubs. When you install these hubs, make sure they are "backwards"(Left one is on the Right side, and Right one is on the Left side, because you want to get rid of toe), and then you will have 1.5 degrees of rear toe.
Another thing to note...
When adjusting the toe with the suspension blocks, you are also altering the wheelbase. So by having these 1.5degree hubs, and the R-3+2 block on the rear, you will end up with a "shorter" wheelbase, and 1.5degrees of toe. There is another option to try, R-2+2 with Losi .5degree rear hubs(again installed "backwards"). This has a "longer" wheelbase, yet with the desired 1.5degrees of toe.