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Old 09-30-2022, 11:18 AM   #4 (permalink)
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A nice new tight front steering system might get away with zero toe for a while. Test stuff and see if the system flexes, and how much. The how much is twice what your setting should be for a side if your preventing the other side from moving. Ditto for the rear.

Camber is a more personal thing since it loads the steering. I like lots of negative in the F250, but not much in the golf because I feel it makes the steering heavy and less responsive. Positive makes steering bump twitchy on some cars, neutral makes the tie rods flex erratically and any play is magnified.

My $0.02. YMMV and I don't worry about wear as much as handling or traction since my tires tend to sun rot
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