Is toe-in positive or negative?

1 Answer:
  • Leo H
    The toe angle is the direction the tires are pointed, in relation to the vehicle centerline, viewed from above. Toe angle can be expressed in degrees or fractions of an inch. If the tires point inward, the angle is positive. This is also called “toe-in.” Tires that point outward have a negative toe angle.28 Jan 2020
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