Originally Posted by arekpowalan
I haven't seen a setup station around my local shop without asking the clerk. I did see a square shaped camber gauge, though. Is the setup station expensive? Or should camber guage compensate, because I heard some people said holding the pad in a different angle can measure the toe.
Use a ruler (MM) if you don't have calipers, axle tip to axle tip... way easy.
1. eyeball the front axle straight across the chassis as close to straight as you can.
2. now measure the distance from the center of the front axle to the rear axle.
make both side equal.
3. for toe out, and that's what we use on F1 for the most part, shorten the distance (1) mm for effect.
4. you can adjust from that point to suit your track/driving style...