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 Post subject: Re: mayb camber?
Posted: Sat Sep 01, 2012 11:44 pm 
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presto wrote:
If you set the toe up with one side at say -4mm and the other at +2mm then the steering wheel will be down to one side since the car will automatically try to even the wheels up - effectively driving you along at -1mm each side.


i know it a not yaris but my car runs. 0,0 and the wheels down to the right but i dont care about it. just how the tyres are wearing. it could be +18 -6 and the wheel straight
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 Post subject: Re: mayb camber?
Posted: Sun Sep 02, 2012 8:06 am 
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drevesy wrote:
presto wrote:
If you set the toe up with one side at say -4mm and the other at +2mm then the steering wheel will be down to one side since the car will automatically try to even the wheels up - effectively driving you along at -1mm each side.


i know it a not yaris but my car runs. 0,0 and the wheels down to the right but i dont care about it. just how the tyres are wearing. it could be +18 -6 and the wheel straight


THREAD MINE !!!!!!!!!!!

The last post on this was 2 years ago. The Yaris will be in the wreckers by now.
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 Post subject: Re: mayb camber?
Posted: Thu Nov 22, 2012 3:16 pm 
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Get the front end checked out, fair chance the tie rod is worn, then get a wheel alignment somewhere that doesnt sell tyres.
And the most important part of this whole thing.
Pump up the damn tyres!!! Gone are the days that 26psi is enough. I say minimum 34 all around on the yarris. Tyres ain't tyres anymore.
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