rrrrraudi at yahoo.com
Mon Jul 25 17:37:05 EDT 2005
I do have positive toe, but is in spec at 0.11
degrees, which is actually very close to the middle of
the range. Maybe I'm confused, but doesn't positive
toe mean toe in? If so, that wouldn't cause the
cupping on the inside edge of the tires, would it?
A light just went on in my head, though. Maybe toe in
in combination with negative camber puts the wear spot
on the inside edge? I wonder if tire pressure
contributes to the equation. I currently run about 36
psi all the way around. Most of driving is on the
The car handles fine on the road and does not take off
on its own if I let go of the wheel.
--- Keman <keman at interwolf.net> wrote:
> Your camber sounds good, and desirable, even. I
> don't think it's
> responsible for the wear on the inside edge. From
> what you just wrote, it
> sounds like you have /positive/ toe ... your toe
> shouldn't really exceed
> zero, so with what you've got I'll bet your steering
> wheel doesn't
> self-center very well at speed. Positive toe can
> definitely wear on the
> insides of your tire, and also make your car "darty"
> on the highway. Feels
> great on the track but not so good on the tire wear.
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