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Old 06-03-2003, 05:42 PM   #1
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Default options for rear toe adjustment?

Well I hit a rock a while ago and after replacing the struts it appers that the toe is way off on the right rear. I went ahead and adjusted the eccentric bolt to full toe-in but I still have toe-out. Does anybody offer eccentric bolts that are more eccentric? I checked out whitelines offerings but they just have adjustable control arms. I cant see what might be bent or moved, it looks just like the other side.
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Old 06-03-2003, 06:01 PM   #2
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If toe is still off doesnt that tell you something else is bent? Id fix that problem first, who knows when it will fail.

Otherwise look at MRT or Whiteline or (forgot the third company) rear replacement lateral links.

Toe and Camber are adjustable, plus you get new bushings.
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Old 06-03-2003, 08:07 PM   #3
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I did something similar, but it was my own jackassed driving that caused it... anyway, my '98 GT has a terminal toe-in in the rear passenger side. The toe is adjusted all the way out too, but I still have ~.4" toe-in.
nothing looks bent. And it actually drives ok, and hasn't eaten tires... but it used to handle better!

so I am going to, someday, start pulling it all apart and see if I can find something bent I am thinking it is the long 7" bolt that connects the lateral links to the hub, or possibly mangled bushing in the front linkeage (your would more likely be the rear linkeage) if I can't find anything I will replace the front lat link and hope for the best.

my cross toe is fine, and the camber is not off either... I WILL find the culprit

-Chad (who learned the hard way, twice , about driving like an ass

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