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Old 04-17-2014, 07:33 AM   #1
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I have a question thats been bugging me that I haven't seen a clear answer to. Up to this point I have been measuring camber but "eyeballing" toe . I just got a setup station and noticed my eyeballing has equaled roughly 1 deg toe-out each side for a total of 2 degree between the wheels. When a setup sheet says "1 degree toe-out" is that TOTAL--between both wheels or does that mean EACH side is 1/2 degree for a total of 1 degree?

I hope I worded it in a way thats easy to understand, I am just confused if 1 degree toe-out means 1 degree each side or 1/2 degree each side (on a setup station) for a TOTAL included angle of 1 degree?
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It would mean 1 degree on each side.
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Toe and camber etc are always measured 'on one side'
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thanks guys. :-)
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