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I am replacing the tie rods on my 857.  On cars there usually is a slight toe in.  Should I have some toe in or is straight ahead OK.  Or am I making mountains out of molehills, after all mine won't be going twenty or more MPH.


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According to the setup manual for the 520 you want a 1/8" toe in at the front edge of the rim 6" above the ground.



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