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Old 10-21-2012, 03:06 PM   #3
Teddy7
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Originally Posted by jdstrickland View Post
Technically, you should not need to adjust the toe every time you get tires.

You're correct that the wider tires make the pre-existing issues more noticable. But now that the car has been straightened out, it should remain straight after you replace tires again.
That's what I'm hoping for, but I guess I'm trying to think conservatively. We'll see whenever I throw new tires on in the future if it holds true.
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