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Old 12-06-2018, 06:14 PM
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If I'm wanting to run 1* of toe out is it 1* on the left and right or is it it a 1/2* on the left and right for a total of 1*?
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Toe is usually per side. Total toe is the sum of both sides.
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Originally Posted by Red5Ltr View Post
Hey guys,

If I'm wanting to run 1* of toe out is it 1* on the left and right or is it it a 1/2* on the left and right for a total of 1*?
1 degree of toe out is 1 on the left and 1 on the right.
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Thanks guys.... It's what I have always done, but one of the guys I race with posed the question and it sorta makes sense.
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It dose make sense . depending what your looking for .. and track conditions. more straight line speed or corner speed . Ive always run 1degree on the left and right ,a little less depending on track conditions ..and car feel ..
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