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Old 12-14-2006, 07:15 AM   #1
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hi i have the all in one set up system but i dont know how to use all of it could somebody tell me if 1.5 degree camber points the wheels to toe out and if 2.0 points them out even more wierd question i know thanks stephen
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Camber and toe are different things....

Do you have the instruction book from Hudy that comes with the setup kit?
It includes good descriptions of the different things

If you don't have it, have a look at the Hudy website

http://www.hudy.net/xhudy/products/p...3&kategoria=64
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Camber and toe are different things....

Do you have the instruction book from Hudy that comes with the setup kit?
It includes good descriptions of the different things

If you don't have it, have a look at the Hudy website

http://www.hudy.net/xhudy/products/p...3&kategoria=64
thanks stein dont you ajust toe and camber by turning the turnbuckles?
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thanks stein dont you ajust toe and camber by turning the turnbuckles?
It depends on the chassis that your are running. In most cases, camber is adjusted by the turnbuckles, the exception is a pivot ball suspension car (usually only the front).

Front toe is also adjusted by turnbuckels, normally connect to your servo / steering block.

Rear toe depends on the chassis. Some cars will use pivot / hinge pin blocks, some use spacers / shims, some use different rear hubs, and some cars will use a combination of all of the above.
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