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I got wondering about Toe In/Out setting and was wondering how they affected steering stiffness and/or turning radius. If anyone could answer the questions below or give general advice it would be appreciated.

Can anyone tell me what would be the best Toe In/Out settings for the easiest steering on a Honda Rancher 4x4?

What about the settings for the sharpest turning radius?

Thanks for any info!
 

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Posted: Sat Sep 22, 2007 3:21 pm Post subject:

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Well, i have heard several diff amount of "toe Out" from 10 mm to 30 mm .... 1" to almost 2" , i found myself , that 1" of toe out is good for all speeds , no wander on packed trails, any less you get "wander side to side , i'm running Mud Lites @ 4 psi in the front ,at higher speeds (say above 30 mph) nobody seems to consider air pressure in these discussions , but i can say for myself 1/2" toe out on each wheel ...1" total , seems to work good for me !! My tire wear is even across the front... trial an error , play around see what works for you .
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Well, i have heard several diff amount of "toe Out" from 10 mm to 30 mm .... 1" to almost 2" , i found myself , that 1" of toe out is good for all speeds , no wander on packed trails, any less you get "wander side to side , i'm running Mud Lites @ 4 psi in the front ,at higher speeds (say above 30 mph) nobody seems to consider air pressure in these discussions , but i can say for myself 1/2" toe out on each wheel ...1" total , seems to work good for me !! My tire wear is even across the front... trial an error , play around see what works for you .
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Well, i have heard several diff amount of "toe Out" from 10 mm to 30 mm .... 1" to almost 2" , i found myself , that 1" of toe out is good for all speeds , no wander on packed trails, any less you get "wander side to side , i'm running Mud Lites @ 4 psi in the front ,at higher speeds (say above 30 mph) nobody seems to consider air pressure in these discussions , but i can say for myself 1/2" toe out on each wheel ...1" total , seems to work good for me !! My tire wear is even across the front... trial an error , play around see what works for you .
 

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Geesh , i have no idea what happened there !!!
 
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