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  • Hannah Wee
    Camber should be set at zero; you should try to keep the front wheels straight up and down. Toe-in should be as close to zero as possible on a production line chassis. On a strut-equipped tube-frame car, Bickel recommends 3/16-inch of toe.15 ene 2015
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