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With RWD vehicles that have a solid rear axle, changing rear toe is not as easy. Sometimes the floorpan or frame rails are misaligned from the factory or from collision damage. Short of pulling the classis on a collision bench to restore the correct control arm or spring-mount geometry the only other options are to... 顯示更多 With RWD vehicles that have a solid rear axle, changing rear toe is not as easy. Sometimes the floorpan or frame rails are misaligned from the factory or from collision damage. Short of pulling the classis on a collision bench to restore the correct control arm or spring-mount geometry the only other options are to try some type of offset trailing arm bushing with the coil springs or to reposition the spring shackles or U-bolts with leaf springs.
If rear toe cannot be easily changed, the next best alternative is to align front wheels to the rear axle thrust line rather than the vehicle centerline. Doing this puts the steering wheel back on center and eliminates the steering pull but it does not eliminate dog tracking. Dog tracking occurs when the rear wheels do not follow directly behind the front wheels when the vehicle is moving forward.

I rapid tire wear seems to be the problem, look for the telltale feathered wear pattern. If the wheels are running toe-in, the feathered wear pattern leaves sharp edges on the inside edges of the thread. If the wheels an running toe-out, the sharp edges are toward the outside of the tread. It is usually easier to feel the feathered were pattern than to see it. To tell which way the wear pattern runs, rub yours fingers sideways across the tread.

zero running toe ? Rear Toe ? Front toe ? Toe-change ?
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