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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Hi!
Just an easy question!

Does TOE-IN means positive degrees and TOE-OUT negative degrees,
or you always say TOE-IN when talking about alignment and then you specify |PLS| or -?

Thank you for help!!!
 
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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
I'll put a TOE in the water to answer this one !!

Toe-in and amp; Toe out are measured in MM , simply , Toe-in is wheels directed
in towards the centre line of the car in front of the axle line , Toe-out is the same but behind the axle line.
Clear I think ?

Sideways and yours

Evoboy
 
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Not exactly ..If you consider both the front whaeels parallel, This is Zero.. If they Toe out, that is they diverge at the front, that is a Positive number.. If they Converge the opposite ie negative.. If you measure this in MM it is dependant on the wheel size etc so the degrees is the best way to measure this .
 
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