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Old 04-20-2009, 06:07 PM   #4 (permalink)
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First see above edit I goofed up my first post


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"increasing"? you mean "more" Toe-in?
That is exactly what I meant

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I would expect those things, but what if you decrease Toe to a neutral Zero degrees?
Depends on camber; on a car that runs heavy camber settings 0 toe is no big deal, on a car that runs near 0 camber the rear will be more "floaty"


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Slight Toe-In I would suspect would have a benefit to turning/curve handling... as its pulling into itself on a curve vs pushing away.
That is how I've experienced it.

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Toe-out I would also expect that from the rear end, it would seem that you have two tires pulling/pushing the car to the side as you drive, gawd forbid one suddenly lost traction.
Sorry; I've never tried that.

Edit: Can you even adjust toe on the rear of an 81 rabbit?
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