Typhon toe in/out shimes

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So I know this isn't the greatest thing to use to so but u get the idea question is do they make toe in and out shimes to keep me tire's straight like they have down below on bottom from factory what would that be called or can I use a lock washer
 

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What you are looking at there is camber not toe. As it is the camber is negative, which is what you want unless you are just doing speed runs. Typically 2-3 degrees negative is where you need to be. You can use flat washers to replace those clips, but it makes adjustment a little more time consuming. Those clips come in varying thickness or can be stacked however needed to attain the desired camber angle. Washers of varying thickness can be used or stacked in the same fashion.
 

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Yup like @2fast4u said you want some camber.

Toe is the in/out of the wheel in comparison to the center line of the vehicle as you look at it from the top. Ideally you would want 1-2* of toe out in the front and about 3* toe in in the rear. To adjust your toe you either turn in or out the turnbuckles coming off the steering rack. Rear toe is set from the factory at 3* toe in and cannot be changed.
It should look like this from the top.
rc-tuning-toe-in-toe-out.jpg


You can use these to adjust the camber. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https://www.ebay.com/ulk/itm/361948704274
 
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