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Msg ID: 2648376 Wheel base and toe in +0/-0     
Author:TBONE
6/28/2020 11:54:39 AM

We talked about chassie height, Now how about toe and wheel base  When I ran we ran 1/8 in on toe and 105/107 wheel base .What do any one else run and what do they run now???



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Msg ID: 2648397 Wheel base and toe in +0/-0     
Author:Rick Shive
6/28/2020 1:02:35 PM

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I remember 106" wheelbase and 1/4"-5/16" toe out. 



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Msg ID: 2648493 Wheel base and toe in +0/-0     
Author:John Mc
6/28/2020 8:55:58 PM

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106 or so and some had a preference for leading either front wheel. 1/8" toe out at the brake rotor.


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Msg ID: 2648528 Wheel base and toe in +0/-0     
Author:woodsplitter
6/29/2020 7:34:23 AM

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Brake rotor? What is that? We never had the luxury of disc brakes back then. The 47 had the Frankland hubs with the Buick style Drums/Shoes as did Tommy's 7JR back in the day.......lol. I remember the first time that I had the opportunity to drive a car with disc brakes and thinking "man no wonder those guys run so good". The drum brakes kind of slowed the car down some but the disks actually "stopped" it!!


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Msg ID: 2648565 Wheel base and toe in +0/-0     
Author:John Mc
6/29/2020 9:54:26 AM

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Edge of the brake drum.


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Msg ID: 2650127 Wheel base and toe in +0/-0     
Author:Howie Cronce
7/7/2020 10:08:26 PM

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My cars had 106 to 106 1/2" wheelbase...Toe for me was always 1/8 in...Never liked toe out..Car seemed to wander around with toe out...Toe in I was in charge..The Rio's R10 was a longer car about 108" wheelbase..Toe we tried it all...H



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