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i have heard about using a string to align the ft wheels, whats the best way? i seem to have 1 tire wearing a little funny but it drives straight down the road. i would like to check the alignment, do i need the wheels off the ground? and how thanks i also heard about using a level. my tie rods are straight and nothing is bent.
 

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thanks you guys the tape measure seems like it will work for me so deffinitly have ft wheels on the ground....
 

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the service manual says a 1/4 inch toe out
 

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makes sence why would cat recomend 1/8 to 1/4 out.
 

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1/8 toed in.
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at this time toe is all that can be adjusted with factory set up.

there are offset bushings out there for the a-arm , I have not pursued them yet but plan on it this year. use search button there is a thread on it here.

if you have a problem careful measuring / plumbing the frame is in order.
 
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