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Old 10-24-2010, 04:36 PM   #16
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You are absolutely correct for a full size vehicle.

However, in scale, 99.999% of setup sheets (like Drakes) are stated on a per-side basis.

So when they say 2deg. front toe out; they mean 2 deg. per side.

That said...

Turn your radio on and center the servo as you wish.

Stand the vehicle vertical, on it's nose/front bumper; on a level, hard surface (setup board).

Use your camber gauge to measure the "camber" (which is now toe in this case). Toe out will read as negative camber.
Now that sounds like a super easy and effective way to do it
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