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Old 02-28-2008
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Front tires toe-out?

I tightened my torsion bars about 7 months ago and now my tires are set with the toe out, Why is this? I had an alignment after I did it but did the bolts maybe back out and I need a new alignment? Any advice is helpful thanks.
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Hit any major potholes or anything?

sounds like you need to get it realigned.
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Measure to see if it's acutally toed out, or just looks like it. Maybe your bumper got skinnier, lol. Quick way, get the suspension neutralized, set your wheel straight and measure the front inside of the right to the inside right. Do the same thing on the rear of the tires and compare your measurements. I don't know what the limit is on toe for these, but they may have a very slight toe in when sitting to compensate for natural shift when driving.

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